Super Eagles Coach Talks Tough Ahead of 2023 CHAN Qualifiers Against Ghana

Super Eagles Coach Talks Tough Ahead of 2023 CHAN Qualifiers Against Ghana

  • Super Eagles Team B will next week be travelling to Ghana next week to face the Black Stars in CHAN qualifiers
  • And ahead of the encounter, the team's gaffer Salisu Yusuf has dismissed speculation of a revenge mission
  • The 60-year-old former Kano Pillars' handler disclosed that the focus of his wards is to get good result

Nigerians were angry after the tie in Abuja and fans even destroyed property inside the stadium to show their grievances. be going for a revenge against Ghana in the CHAN qualifiers.

The former Kano Pillars coach and players selected from the Nigerian Professional Football League will be travelling to Accra for the first fixture, which will be played on 28 August.

MKO Abiola stadium in Abuja will be the venue where the return leg will be played on 3 September and Nigerians will hope to see the Super Eagles Team B progressing.

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Salisu Yusuf, Super Eagles, Ghana, CHAN qualifiers, Accra, Abuja.
Super Eagles coach talks tough ahead of 2023 CHAN qualifiers against Ghana. Photo by Catherine Ivill
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It will be recalled that the Super Eagles' first team were stopped from going to the 2022 World Cup by Ghana after losing the play-offs played in Kumasi and Abuja.

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Nigerians were angry after the tie in Abuja and fans even destroyed property inside the stadium to show their grievances.

According to the report on Complete Sports and Pulse, Salisu Yusuf explained that his wards will be going to Accra with the focus of winning and not revenge.

Salisu Yusuf's reaction about CHAN qualifiers against Ghana

“For me it’s not about revenge it’s about qualification.
“So the most important thing is for us to qualify and to qualify we have to beat Ghana and it’s our wish and prayer that will happen.''

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Victor Moses undergoes successful surgery, ruled out of action for about 6 months

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Nigerian star Victor Moses underwent successful surgery in Germany and will be out of action for about six months.

Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow confirmed that the former Chelsea player will be on the sidelines for some time.

Complete Sports reports that the former Super Eagles forward sustained an injury on his Achilles tendon in Spartak Moscow’s 2-0 league win against Ural.

The former Chelsea star was immediately stretchered off the pitch in the 33rd minute of the encounter and was subsequently replaced by Mikhail Ignatov.

Source: SportsBrief.com