By Adeboye Amosu:
Tanzania head coach, Charles Mkwasa, is eargerly looking forward to his side's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
The Taifa Stars, who lost their opening qualifying contest 3-0 to the Pharaoh's of Egypt, will come up against the three-time Kings of Africa at the 60,000-seater National Stadium in Dar es Salam, on September 4, this year.
Mkwasa, who has been given a three-months contract following the sacking of Dutchman Martin Nooij by the Tanzania Football Federation, has called for focus ahead of the tie.
"We are looking forward to the game with great expectations'" he informed dailynews new Tanzania.
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