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I’ll Give Good Account Of Myself Against Mexico -Nwaeze

I’ll Give Good Account Of Myself Against Mexico -Nwaeze

Kwara United’s Chris Nwaeze has promised to give a good account of himself when the Super Eagles face Mexico in an international friendly game.

Nwaeze was among the 25 Ho,e Based players invited by Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr for the game against Mexico on July 3 in USA.

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Reacting to his invitation, Nwaeze in a chat with the club’s media team, stated that he’s ready to give his best.

“I am happy with this latest development about my career and that of my other teammates who also made the list and I want to promise that we will give good account of ourselves in the national team,” Chris Nwaeze told Kwara United Media.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Abdul 1 month ago

    Good to hear that. Though we are not expecting so much from you guys just show us the will and the fighting spirit.

     
    • Mr. Nice 1 month ago

      They are footballers, they should go and show us the stuff they are made off, I think it’s time for boys to grow up and become men!

       
  • Sorry to say but I don’t really expect much from these home based players. I believe we should be spending more time developing our youth programs and helping our up and coming young players reach their full potential. We have alot of young players out there who are in need of guidance for example akin amoo, just watching his videos tells me that he has outgrown the Swedish league in a very short time and needs a bigger challenge to continue to develop himself but his club seems to want to hold on to him for some reason (maybe bigger money). He has the skillset to play in any league.I just hope he goes to a league where he will be encouraged to express himself more. Rohr should invite these young talents and give them some exposure during friendly games and if possible qualifying games even if he they wont be part of the main team in the main competition, so that the world will see them playing for their national team and bigger clubs will come for them.
    I just read on owngoalnigeria that most of the players rohr spoke to about switching allegiance to Nigeria have started pulling out due to their desire to play for other countries.
    In such situation, there is no need crying over spilled milk, rohrs scouting team needs to scout out the most promising young talents we have and bring them to the notice of the coach.
    We should stop begging players who have other options to switch allegiance. If they want to switch they know what to do. Instead lets focus on our youth players and give them the attention they need to succeed.