Rohr Wants Eagles To Stay Unbeaten Through World Cup Qualifiers

Rohr Wants Eagles To Stay Unbeaten Through World Cup Qualifiers


By Richard Jideaka, Abuja:


The Super Eagles will strive to remain unbeaten in the Africa Group B of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, Nigeria's coach Gernot Rohr has told Completesportsnigeria.com.  

"I am happy with the success we have made so far in the World Cup qualifiers," Rohr said in Abuja. "Two wins from two games and on top of the group log is good but it demands hard work and total dedication to remain there to the end of the qualifiers next year. Our next game against Cameroon is very crucial and we have to win to enhance our chances.

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"We are looking at the possibility of going through the qualifiers unbeaten. We want to continue to play to win all our matches. The group is tough but we have taken a good lead and if we continue like that we shall be in Russia. After beating Algeria in Uyo, we need to beat Cameroon here and hope for a result in the return leg to seal our qualification."

He said that to ensure that unbeaten run continues, he would embark on a tour of Germany, Turkey, Belgium and France to talk with some players and their club officials in an effort to strengthen the Super Eagles quest to be in Russia. 

On Isaac Success, Rohr said that he has been monitoring his health condition, adding that he would give him a chance to play for the Eagles.

Rohr said the Watford FC star is fast and aggressive and that is what the Eagles need in that Eagles attack. 

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  • oluwagbemiga 5 years ago

    We r getting dr by God’s grace. These guys r playing gud futbol now n no one can stop them not even BRAZIL or GERMANY.