Ladan Bosso Shatters His Tactical-Box To Unleash Tactics Against Korea – Source

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Flying Eagles head coach, Ladan Bosso has shattered his ‘tactical box’ ahead of the quarter-final clash against Korea U-20, a source has told npflupdates.

Nigeria will come up against Korea on Sunday as they battle for a FIFA U-20 semi-final ticket.

The Flying Eagles beat host nation Argentina, on Wednesday to reach the quarter-final. Two second half goals from wingers, Ibrahim Muhammad and Haliru Sarki made the difference.

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And on the other hand, Korea defeated Ecuador in a 5-goal thriller to clinch the quarter-final ticket.

And on Sunday, the two powerful nations will slug it out at the prestigious Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades . However, it will be a tough game, as both teams share same characteristics in terms of their style of play.

And Nigerians ahead of the game expect the Ladan Bosso boys to up their game and reach the semi-final. A source in Argentina, that’s monitoring happenings in the team, revealed to npflupdates’ correspondent, what coach Ladan Bosso is up to.

According to the source, Bosso has shattered his ‘tactical box’ so as to have many options against Korea.

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Ladan Bosso shatters his tactical-box for Korea clash

“The boys are in high spirit, and ready to go against Korea(U-20). I believe you can see what qualities our boys possess. And I can tell you a lot more will happen,” he said.

“The game against Korea will be a difficult and tricky one. And based on the backroom staff’s analysis, Bosso is up to something rare.

“Because Korea is good, Bosso has shattered his tactical boss. And is ready to unleash football-related mayhem on Korea.”

A progression into the next round will be Nigeria’s first since 2005. The last time the Flying Eagles survived a FIFA U-20 World Cup group stages was in 2011.

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