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Former Senator Sani Berates Super Eagles Performance In Friendly With Mozambique

Former Senator Sani Berates Super Eagles Performance In Friendly With Mozambique

Former Nigerian senator Shehu Sani has criticised the Super Eagles’ performance in the 3-2 friendly win over Mozambique on Monday.

The Super Eagles rallied to beat the Mambas at the Estadio Municipal de Albufeira.

It was the Super Eagles fourth win in five outings against the Mambas.

Sani is his reaction on the social media, berates the Super Eagles for their poor display in the game.

“Super Eagles are still not flying well in their friendly matches. What is really happening with our national team,” he wrote on his X handle.

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It would be recalled that the Super Eagles played out a 2-2 draw with Saudi Arabia in their previous friendly.

Up next for the Super Eagles is the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying games vs Lesotho and Zimbabwe in November.

Thereafter, the Super Eagles will prepare to join Africa’s best at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted in Ivory Coast from January 2024.

Already, Nigeria have been drawn alongside Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea and Guinea Bissau in Group A for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations tournament.

Nigeria will be targeting a fourth AFCON title, their last triumph was in 2013.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Ako Amadi 7 months ago

    Everybody is a coach in Nigeria. People should check their blood pressures and stop distracting the Super Eagles

  • pompei 7 months ago

    Best wishes to Peseiro in this tough job he has undertaken as SE coach.
    Things may not be great at the moment, but that does not mean it can never get better.
    As the saying goes, rain wey dey beat man today, na em go wash man benz tomorrow.
    We may yet smile in the end!
    And if we do, it will be a very welcome development. It’s been a while since we celebrated a trophy.

  • Ako Amadi 7 months ago

    In 4 days Ghana lost 0 – 2 to Mexico and 0 – 4 to USA. I wonder what the commotion would have been if it was Nigeria.

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