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Exclusive: Peseiro’s Technical Ability Will Be Tested By Mexico, Ecuador Games –Nwosu

Exclusive: Peseiro’s Technical Ability Will Be Tested By Mexico, Ecuador Games –Nwosu

Former Nigerian midfielder, Henry Nwosu believes the Super Eagles coach, Jose Peseiro’s technical ability will be tested in the friendly games against Mexico and Ecuador.

Recall that the Super Eagles will take on Mexico at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas on Saturday.

The second friendly against Ecuador will hold four days later at the Red Bull Arena, Harrison.

However, in an interview with Completesports.com, Nwosu stated that Peseiro‘s technical and tactical ability will be tested with these two friendly games.

He also noted that Nigerians will be eager to see the positive changes that he would bring to the Super Eagles.


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“There is no doubt that the Mexico and Ecuador games will be Peseiro’s real test with the Super Eagles and it will be good for him if the team get a better results from those games.

” Yes it’s a friendly games but it will also be a good platform for us to judge his technical and tactical capability with the team. Nigerians want to see how well he will approach these games technically.”

“Starting with a win will be a big one for him but Nigerians will be more delighted to see an improved Super Eagles.”


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  • Ralph 2 years ago

    It’s just ridiculous for an ex player of the game to talk like this at times. How could you test or judge a coach technical ability with the first 2 matches after spending barely a week with a mixture team who most are playing together for the first time ?

    It’s normal the coach will use these games as familiarities and the same sets of players should be invited for the first AFCON qualifying matches, then you can talk about seeing the coach hand during the qualifying matches, not in friendly matches with set of players invited by someone else and spent a week to work with.

    So if he lose these matches you will start judging him already ? Pleaseee..

    • Onero 2 years ago

      @Raph, you are on point don’t mind Henry Nwosu, I’m sure he hasn’t stop smoking weed.
      How can any reasonable footballer, or even spectators start judging the voash from these two matches and under the circumstances he took over with as much as 8 local players?

    • Golden Child 2 years ago

      I tire ooo. At times, if one did not know better, one would wonder if they ever played the game.

    • Recruit 50 millions youths into army, what they will eat, cassava, corn, agbado hahaha that’s Old people of Nigeria for you o.

  • Kenny 2 years ago

    I respectfully disagree with Henry Nwosu.
    The man is new and needs to understand the team and players.

  • Ako AMADI 2 years ago

    Nwosu had better work as a comedian or clown in a circus. Peseiro is meeting Nigerian players 2 days ago for the first time, and the Mexico game is tomorrow. How can he prove his technical ability over such a short period?

  • Nwosu, should not sound this way, for a foreign coach(new), for just three days of training and familiarisation with the players,you want to judge his techinical ability?. If Nwosu was a novice in the round leather game,i would have forgiving him.

  • You guys have said it all my regards 

  • TALK UR OWN 2 years ago

    @** Work hand to hand with your Technical crews
    @** Let the invitation of players base on merit
    @** Don’t allow anybody FORCE/IMPOSE any players on you. Instead SCOUT for players & test them in Friendly matches
    @** Invite local players that is ready to give foreign professional players a stiff competition(not the one to add to the number/surplus to requirements).
    @** Always maintain your stand
    @** Don’t allow anybody to be pushing you up and down.
    @** Don’t be carried away with the club performance of players ONLY but base on PRESENT FORM & POTENTIAL
    @** Do not tolerate INDISCIPLINE in to your team.
    #** Do not invite players in order to pacify/please somebody (like local Coach Equavoen)
    @** Encourage your players to be STRONG & MORE PHYSICAL when it comes to Africa football
    @** Try to take advantage of newly introduced format: FIVE-SUBSTITUTION in a match(approved by CAF & FIFA) as an opportunity to test-run other players and MORE TECHNICAL in it.
    @** Emphasize more on WING PLAY pattern for Super eagle

  • Chibuike 2 years ago

    All this ex internationals self. With few days preparation you want to taste his tactics? If they implore nwosu as Nigeria coach. Everybody is a coach in nigeria but ordinary under23 una go fail

  • Francis 2 years ago

    It’s clear that the knives are sharpening for this man because he is a foreigner , but hey you guys have said it all. This is the Time for him to assess the players . Look at their strengths and weaknesses and figure out a formation which will be best for the team.Most of the players are not there and I suppose by the time , they assemble for the African Qualifiers, he would have had just a handful of his team available. It’s not until the next round of matches will he eventually get the boys going . No team is built In a day or two, it takes time . But no matter what the coaches and boys will come through

  • Richard chinedu 2 years ago

    It takes time to build a fomidable team. 1 or 3 matches is not enough.

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