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Garba Takes Golden Eaglets To Classroom After Defeat To Japan

Garba Takes Golden Eaglets To Classroom After Defeat To Japan

Golden Eaglets head coach Manu Garba drilled his players in a classroom tutorial few hours after their 1-0 loss to Japan in Sunday night’s friendly game , Completesports.com reports.

Head coach of the team, Manu Garba took time to analyse the game to the players, a move meant to correct lapses noticed in the defeat to the Asian side.

The technical and tactical lecture gave the boys a picture of what to expect at the 2019 FIFA U17 World Cup in Brazil.


Zenith Ziva

Golden Eaglets in the classroom for coach Garba’s tutorial

The Golden Eaglets’ loss to Japan was their second since they arrived in Brazil to begin preparations for the competition.

Garba’s boy’s lost 2-1 to Sao Paulo in the first game, but they bounced back to record a 4-2 win against South Korea in the second.

Nigeria’s bid for a record sixth FIFA U-17 World Cup title will get underway on Saturday when they face Hungary in their first Group B match at the Goiania Estadio Olimpico before facing Ecuador at the same venue on Tuesday, 29 October. They will confront Australia in their last group game on Friday, 1 November at Eatadio Bezerrao in Brasilia.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Lolz…these must be serious…wish dem best of.  Luck….does it mean that they don’t understand tactics.?

  • Pompei 2 years ago

    This one na real EZE GOES TO SCHOOL. See as dem siddon for classroom, lol.

    • greenturf 2 years ago

      Its normal if you play at a higher level.Another name for it is called boardroom.Coaches use this board to explain tactics and how players should position themselves on the field of play,how and when to track back,who plays as backups when the full backs/centre forwards goes further up the pitch to join the attack et cetera