Ex-international, Tijani Babangida has called on the Super Eagles to have confidence in themselves as they travel to Omdurman to take on Sudan in one of their 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifiers scheduled for October 11.
The former Ajax Amsterdam of Holland winger who spoke to Complete Sports at the weekend said the last two games the Super Eagles played should be forgotten while they focus on how to win the remaining matches in the campaign.
“Nigeria won the last edition and it will be sad if we did not qualify but with the ways things are now, I don’t believe that we are out yet, the players need to work really hard and make sure they prepare well for the upcoming matches”, begins the Taraba FC boss.
“Keshi has invited his players and the only thing I can tell him is to wish him well but he must realize that Nigerians are not happy with the two matches played so far and he must come up with a strong selection that can erase the past results from the mind of our people.
Meanwhile, the Super Eagles are expected to return to camp in Abuja next week to start preparation for the double header games and Babangida has tasked them to make sure they win the home and away matches.