–Lille goalie sure of Nigeria’s qualification for Morocco 2015
Super Eagles first choice goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has expressed confidence Nigeria will qualify for the Morocco 2015 Africa Cup of Nations despite a slow start to the qualifying campaign, which has seen them get only a solitary point from a possible six.
Enyeama, who missed both games against Congo and South Africa due to ‘family reasons’, says he’s a firm believer in possibilities, and as a result, believes qualification is not out of Nigeria’s reach.
“I have always believed in possibilities and I have absolute confidence that we can always achieve the best no matter what.
“There are still four games to play and I’m very confident we will make it to Morocco 2015, we just have to keep the focus,” he said.
Nigeria are third in Group A, with Congo topping with a maximum points haul of six, South Africa are second with four points, while Sudan are bottom with no points from the two games played so far.
The Super Eagles will back to back against Sudan, first in Omdurman and then possibly in Abuja, knowing that they must secure maximum points from those games if they are to stand a clear chance of qualifying for the tournament.