AFCON 2015: No more fooling around, says Keshi

Aaron Samuel
Super Eagles head coach, Stephen Keshi says there will be no more fooling around as the country enters its final and crucial stage of qualifiers for the AFCON next year.

Stephen Keshi says from Monday (yesterday), business in the Super Eagles will be like never before.

“We have played with ourselves for a bit, but now is time for business and we have to get the job done and no kidding with players and officials from Monday,” Keshi declared.

More players were expected from across the globe late on Monday, with Keshi insisting that whether they have enough players or not, training will effectively take off of Tuesday evening.

“We have said we can qualify the country and we are ready for that task. Now is time for action and less talk,” he said.

Aaron Samuel, Sunday Emmanuel, Sone Aluko and Hope Akpan are amongst foreign based players who arrived in the camp of the Super Eagles on the first day as the team starts preparations for this weekend’s crunch encounter.

Nigeria’s Super Eagles are on the road to Congo in a must win game of the AFCON 2015 qualifiers and by midnight on Monday, eight players based in the Nigerian League and seven who play outside the country were in camp.

Aaron Samuel was among the first set of players to arrive in camp as the Super Eagles camp gathered momentum ahead of the all-important duel against Congo Red Devils in Point Noir on Saturday evening.

The camp is in Abuja, the Nigerian Federal Capital.

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