Keshi tells Eagles to shame critics

Super Eagles boss, Stephen Keshi has once again assured home based professionals that the era when they were used as training materials in the national team was gone and buried.

Speaking to the team after their last work out at the main bowl of the Abuja National Stadium on Tuesday morning before their clash against Angola, Keshi told the players that he is ready to accommodate any of them who proves worthy in the plane to Kigali, Rwanda for the 2013 Nations Cup qualifier.

This is the umpteenth time Keshi would be given that assurance but on Tuesday morning he gave the players a new challenge.

“The world is watching and waiting, I have been receiving phone calls from all corners of the country of people who intend to come and watch you guys and see what you have to offer. Many still don’t believe that you can do it, go out there and prove them wrong and leave the rest to me.”

He praised the spirit of competition and learning exhibited by the players in the last three weeks but said that will not be enough until they prove it in a match situation.

“Angola is bringing their Team A, you are the Team A of Nigeria, prove to them that you are their masters in this game and the world will start respecting you. You can do it,” he sounded off.
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