Apam Ready For Rwanda

Onyekachi Apam, says he’s delighted to be back and ready to offer his best services to the national team when called upon.

Onyekachi had been out of action for almost eighteen months with injury but is now happy to be back.

Apam, who spoke from his base in France said he believes he would be fully back into the scheme of things by early January and hoped that the Eagles’ technical crew will give him a chance for the February game against the Wasps of Rwanda in Kigali.

He also spoke on the recent misfortune of the national team, noting that the team had never lacked talent but lacked players who are not committed and disciplined to the national course.

When told that Steve Keshi and his technical crew are trying hard to bring discipline, decency and order into the new Eagles, he praised the coach and said he wished him well in the rebuilding process.

“Football is about 11 players trying to achieve a single aim and if some players don’t respect coach’s instruction and are not committed they make the rest of us to fail. That has been the problem and I hope Keshi can fix it for the good of the country.”
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