By Bamidele Boluwaji:
Nigeria Football Federation's Technical Committee Chairman, Chris Green has told Complete Sports that Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh is very much aware that Tunisia will be tougher than Niger, hence the former Juventus player is working really hard to approach the game with different mentality.
The Home Eagles defeated Niger 4-1 on Monday in their opening game of the Championship For African Nations holding in Rwanda and will be looking forward to another victory when they face Tunisia on Friday in their second game.
Speaking to Completesportsnigeria.com,Green who was recently named the new Technical Committee boss said no two matches are the same and the Super Eagles coach will ensure he gets the better of the Friday's game.
"Oliseh is very much aware of it and is preparing hard for the game," says the legal practitioner.
"No two matches are the same. It depends on how we approach the game. I know the Tunisians will prepare well for us especially coming out with one point from their last match. We too must be on top of our game, to get a result for a possible qualification to the next stage.
"The team will be in full flight because they would have gone through the nervousness of playing their first game. Oliseh too has shown that he's tactically sound and a good match manager. The players are confident and are in high spirits. We pray for good luck, health and form. I'm proud of the team and Oliseh, and I maintain that we should be patient and give him time to build a solid team and instill his philosophy. It was a great win for him and Nigerians," he saysSINGLE GUYS MUST READ THIS: 5 Things You Should NEVER Do When Meeting A GIRL YOU LIKE For The First Time If You EVER Want To DATE HER. I Couldn't Satisfy My Wife In Bed, But These Simple Solutions Really WORKED! - Click Here To See My Breakthrough.