2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Will Fight Hard To Beat Egypt — Bosso

2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Will Fight Hard To Beat Egypt — Bosso

Flying Eagles head coach, Ladan Bosso says his team is well prepared for Wednesday’s clash against Egypt.

The seven-time champions started their campaign at the ongoing 2023 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations on a disappointing note going down to a 1-0 defeat against the Cubs of Senegal.

Bosso’s side will be seeking to secure their first points of the competition when they take on the hosts at the Cairo International Stadium.

“We prepared very well to face the Egyptian national team,” Bosso said at his pre-match press conference.

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“As coaches, we know how to deal with the loss and overcome it, and we are ready for the Egypt match.”

“The fans are important, but the fans do not win the matches. We saw during the World Cup Qatar were playing at home, but they were unable to advance to the next round,” Bosso emphasized.

Bosso said despite losing to Senegal his team were the better side.

“We lost to Senegal, although we were the best. But they were able to take advantage of the opportunities and succeeded in resolving the match in their favour,” he added.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Rubbish team! 

  • In the Wafu Cup last season, Bosso’s boys played with organisation, focus, strategy and a clear vision. These are very more elements were missing in the game against Senegal over the weekend, these and very more winning elements were missing.

    Well, all hope is not lost. Let’s see how they perform in the game against Egypt tomorrow. It will determine how far they can go in this tournament.

    Bosso doesn’t have any excuse to fail. He is highly experienced in Under-20 football. He is a world cup quarter finalist coach at this level and we (Nigeria football stakeholders) have invested so much trust, faith and belief in him. The NFF also helped him by opening the camp very early for preparations.

    So, I am really praying for Bosso to deliver the goods this time around. His team against Senegal looks a pale shadow of what we saw in the Wafu Cup last year when they even had less time to prepare.

    ” As coaches, we know how to deal with the loss and overcome it,” said Coach Bosso according to the article above.

    We now wait to see how he turns this dire situation around.

  • Sunnyb 1 year ago

    Useless country, gambling with the future of the super eagles with Bosso and Salisu, two clueless cow brains cow brain coaches. Guys think when was the last time we had a good midfielder or a good defender promoted from our under 20 or under 23, these clowns are super time wasters, bribery, sentiments and mediocrity will eventually destroy all the national teams. 

    • Collins king 1 year ago

      This two is the most useless and empty head that has nothing to offer, I wonder how this two get this job on till we move away from ethinic and tribal sentiment and embrace merits this country will never move forward
      This two coach has failure issue but they keep reappointing them bosso failure to take us same und20 last world up
      Salisu been failing everytime he still keep his job
      Which way NFF

  • Olujjjj 1 year ago

    They only need to find the person that is free to put the ball into the net.that means someone that wil touch the ball in the middle and run into the box to wait for free ball . Two or three times . And Egypt wil cry .

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