Flying Eagles’ coach, Manu Garba has hailed his team’s performance at the just concluded Super 6 in Abuja. The Flying Eagles finished the tournament with 13 points, topping the tournament group billed to prepare teams ahead of the new league season.
“All my players did well, they were all outstanding, we played against more experienced sides and we came top. The tournament has put us in good shape for the forthcoming AYC in March and we’re now preparing for the tournament in March.”
On new additions to the team, the coach said he is not looking forward to bringing in new players just yet.
“No new additions to the team for now, so we are working with the available players we have.”
The Flying Eagles participated in the just concluded Super 6 tournament alongside NPFL outfits Warri Wolves, Kano Pillars and Enyimba of Aba. The Super 6 champions are now looking forward to representing the country in the continental cadet tournament to be hosted by Senegal in March.Jiji.ng the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.
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