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Burundi Coach Bipfubusa Vows His Side Will Bounce Back From Flying Eagles Defeat

Burundi Coach Bipfubusa Vows His Side Will  Bounce Back From Flying Eagles Defeat

  • Burundi head coach,  Joslin Bipfubusa,  is determined to see his charges come back  stronger from the defeat to the Flying Eagles of Nigeria in their opening game  at the Africa U -20 Nations Cup in Niger,  Completesports.com reports.

  • The young Burundians fought hard in the first half marching the strength of their Nigerian counterparts but felt short in the second period when Nazifu Yahaya and Emmanuel  Effiom both found the net.

  • Burundi were a threat going forward on the counter with the speedy Mohamed Amissi but the Nigerians managed to deal with his trickery and speed.


  • “My players were a little demoralized after the first goal.”
    “We had problems in the second period because after the first half our players had some confidence that the task will be easy for them because they managed to contain the Nigerians.”

  • “And after conceding the first goal I found that my players were a little demoralized when I told them to develop them because we could return to the score.”


  • “But now they take a second goal that ended our hopes. I congratulate Nigeria for their victory. We must know that we can lose the first game and come back later and why not qualify.”

  • Bipfubusa charges will face hosts Niger in their next game on Tuesday at the Stade Seyni Kountche, Niger.

  • By Adeboye Amosu


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  • Abah-fada 3 years ago

    What a good start guys, congratulations. This team has what it takes to reach the final and possibly win the cup.

    Nigeria can boast of a good record when it comes to the U20 youth championship in the African continent, and also has some fine record in the world stage too, even though we have never won trophy in the world stage.

    In fact, the only two time we came close in winning the U20 trophy was in Saudi 89 and in Netherlands 2005.

    I believe Nigeria has the potential of winning the U20, we have the players but, the right coach who can get the job done for us is what we lack. A coach who can instil the right mind set, that die hard winning mentality with the right players who can executive such high task in the field of play.

    Samson Siasia almost did it for Nigeria in the Netherlands in 2005, but, we all know how it ended. All thanks to the tricky Merci whose 2 goals gave Argentinal the cup.

    An African country can still win the U20 again, beside Ghana. And I tip Nigeria as one of these African countries who have the potential of winning it again and again.