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2026 WCQ: We Have Confidence Beating Any Opponent –Dele-Bashiru

2026 WCQ: We Have Confidence Beating Any Opponent  –Dele-Bashiru

Fisayo Dele-Bashiru says the Super Eagles have the confidence of beating any opponent.

The Hatayspor of Turkey star said this in an interview on Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) TV from the Eagles’ camp in Uyo.

The Eagles will be looking forward to securing their first win in Group C of the World Cup qualifying campaign when they host South Africa on Friday, 7 June.

On June 10, the team will travel to Côte d’Ivoire to ne guests of Benin Republic.

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Ahead of the two crucial fixtures Dele-Bashiru, who part of the players invited for the qualifiers said:”Winning against South Africa would add a boost for us because going into every game we have supreme confidence that we can beat the opponent.

“I think we will take this games one by one hoping to get the victories in both games.”

Dele-Bashiru described the training sessions under new coach Finidi George and his crew as enjoyable.

He added:”I’ve really been enjoying the training, Coach Finidi George has a new backroom staff so the training has been very enjoyable. We’ve also had some running and physical sessions which I have enjoyed.”


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  • Chima E Samuels 2 weeks ago

    Another sweet player Finidi invited. I must commend Finidi for his invitations but are the other guys in camp or they are still striking in Lagos?

    • Onwajunior 2 weeks ago

      Hope your opinion about him doesn’t change on Friday

  • What formation will Finidi play and which tactical approach will they adopt?

    It will definitely be different from the extremes of Jose Peseiro who swung widely between all out attack to ultra defensive.

    I think Finidi will settle for just a mildly attacking approach. But their defence was porous against Mali. They left gaping holes to be exploited and allowed themselves to be hopelessly drawn out of position. If these continue against South Africa, we will be punished.

    The goal scoring opportunities must be sufficiently imaginative and our coach should be able to read games in real-time to change course if needed.

    I do have trepidations on the one hand but feel Finidi is driven to succeed. And the players too.

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