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Enaholo: I Lost Concentration

By Johnny Edward:

Flying Eagles goalkeeper, Joshua Enaholo, has admitted that he lost concentration when he conceded two cheap goals in his side's 4-2 loss to Brazil in a New Zealand 2015 Group E clash New Plymouth on Monday.

Enaholo was the worst culprit on the day when he failed to keep out Judivan's low drive and Boschilia's tame shot which squirmed through his legs.

He admitted to FIFA.com that his concentration was not total as he conceded one of the goals but promised to improve.
"My mind was off," he said. "The ball was wet and I just couldn't get my grip properly. I must do better."  

Coach Manu Garba also blamed the two mistakes made by Enaholo for the Flying Eagles' loss, after they had taken a 2-1 lead.

Nigeria must beat Korea DPR who also lost 5-1 against Hungary, to stand a chance of qualifying for the next round of the competition.

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6 Comments

  1. Bros leave it.. I was once in your shoe.. pls don’t try to prove anything, just take a brake pls allow Alapansu keep, he is been in such competition .. under 17. U will continues to make the mistake… your first match should boost your confidence throughout the competition and as it stand now you have missed it so pls pls relax cause any shot towards you will scare you and one will definitely find that back if the net. Just relax abeg.

  2. Bros leave it.. I was once in your shoe.. pls don’t try to prove anything, just take a brake pls allow Alapansu keep, he is been in such competition .. under 17. U will continues to make the mistake… your first match should boost your confidence throughout the competition and as it stand now you have missed it so pls pls relax cause any shot towards you will scare you and one will definitely find that back if the net. Just relax abeg, also the keeper recovery is too slow.. the last goal should be safe despite going through his legs.. he just too slow to recover and he doesn’t dive for balls shhhh pls dontvuse him in our next match or you are coming back home.

  3. Reply Post By [email protected]

    Very funny. We keep making the same mistakes over and over again. It’s not about quality, it’s about who yu know and the coach is too much of a coward to stand his ground. I have not even heard of the goalkeepers name b4. His movement, reactions and apart from the fact that he looks 30 what else is real about him. Nigeria is joke and we will continue to be a joke.

  4. pls the whole team should take the blame including the coach who featured Iheanacho, who should have started from the bench as earlier promised by the coach. My piece of advice is that anybody who can reach out to Garba,should advice him not to put all his egg in one basket since the journey is still far,know that other tacticians are studying their possible opponents with a view to cancel them out.

  5. Reply Post By toppal

    The loss to Brazil should be placed squarely at the feet of the coach. He had players who could have done better but he decided to put them on the bench. Most of the players who were not part of the Under 17 team played badly in that match. The two Ifeanyis, Mustapha (the guy who played leftback), and the Keeper were the problem of the team and not Iheanacho as most people would want us to believe.
    The two Ifeanyis could not hold the midfield, the two first half goals by Brazil were from the left side of the field- the position held by Mustapha, and the keeper, lets just not talk too much about him. I don;t know why Garba would decide to use two pin-point strikers in that match (Success and Awoniyi) at the same time! These two players were getting in each others way because they play the same position.
    At Under 17, Manu Garba used Success and later Awoniyi when the former got injured but not the two of them at the same time. He played Yahaya and Success/Awoniyi upfront and Iheanacho behind them but against Brazil he decided to play all three of them at the same time and pushed Iheanacho deep into the midfield. Iheanacho thrives when he plays behind the striker but no, Manu Garba would not have it that way. He wants to turn Iheanacho into a roving midfielder-just like Okocha (please Iheanacho is not Okocha) and expect the boy to produce the kind of performance he produced at under 17 or what he is currently producing at Man City junior team. That is not just possible.
    Let him use Nwakali and Akinjide in the midfield and only one of Success or Awoniyi as the striker with Iheanacho playing just behind either of these strikers and see if they will not get him the results he deserves. Lest I forget, Manu Garba should also talk less and let his tactics do the talking on the pitch.

  6. Reply Post By Toppal

    Manu Garba should be blamed for the loss to Brazil. He had players who could have done better but he decided to put them on the bench. Most of the players who were not part of the Under 17 team played badly in that match. The two Ifeanyis, Mustapha (the guy who played leftback), and the Keeper were the problem of the team and not Iheanacho as most people would want us to believe.
    The two Ifeanyis could not hold the midfield, the two first half goals by Brazil were from the left side of the field- the position held by Mustapha, and the keeper, lets just not talk too much about him. I don;t know why Garba would decide to use two pin-point strikers in that match (Success and Awoniyi) at the same time! These two players were getting in each others way because they play the same position.
    At Under 17, Manu Garba used Success and later Awoniyi when the former got injured but not the two of them at the same time. He played Yahaya and Success/Awoniyi upfront and Iheanacho behind them but against Brazil he decided to play all three of them at the same time and pushed Iheanacho deep into the midfield. Iheanacho thrives when he plays behind the striker but no, Manu Garba would not have it that way. He wants to turn Iheanacho into a roving midfielder-just like Okocha (please Iheanacho is not Okocha) and expect the boy to produce the kind of performance he produced at under 17 or what he is currently producing at Man City junior team. That is not just possible.
    Let him use Nwakali and Akinjide in the midfield and only one of Success or Awoniyi as the striker with Iheanacho playing just behind either of these strikers and see if they will not get him the results he deserves. Lest I forget, Manu Garba should also talk less and let his tactics do the talking on the pitch.

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