Eguavoen Salutes Flying Eagles Over World Cup Qualification

Eguavoen Salutes Flying Eagles Over World Cup Qualification

Former Super Eagles coach and current NFF’s Technical Director, Austin Eguavoen, has congratulated the Flying Eagles following their win against Uganda at the 2023 U-20 AFCON.

The Ladan Bosso-led side pipped 1-0 Uganda on Thursday, to qualify for the semi-finals where they will meet either South Sudan or Gambia.

Also, the win against Uganda guarantees the Flying Eagles qualification to this year’s FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.

They became the second team after Senegal to book their ticket for the World Cup which will kickoff in May.

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And reacting to the team’s win, Eguavoen wrote on Twitter:”Congratulations to the Flying Eagles. 🇳🇬.”

The Flying Eagles picked up their third consecutive win at the U-20 AFCON following the win against Uganda.

The last time the Flying were crowned U-20 AFCON champions was in Senegal in 2015.

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  • Moses Inyang 1 year ago

    Eguavon please leave these innocent boys alone you hear?.Thank you

  • Stan 1 year ago

    @mosese what is eguavoen offence stop criticising the young man he is not the only coach that failed to qualify his team to world cup

    • Arara Kumbie 1 year ago

      Eguavoen did not fail. He took over a terrible team from Gernot Rohr. Rohr had failed to give Nigeria a good goalkeeper and a good number 10. If Eguavoen had been given half the time of Rohr, Nigeria could have won the Nations Cup back to back. Rohr was a scam.

  • FIDELIS DIKE 1 year ago

    Eguavoen has done his best.

    • Arara Kumbie 1 year ago

      You’ve said it all. If Eguavoen was given time like Rohr, Nigeria would have won the Africa Cup of Nations.

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