–Says Iran, Bosnia should not be underrated
Bnei Younder FC of Israel goalkeeper Dele Aiyenugba believes that Argentina will not be Super Eagles major problem at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, saying the likes of Bosnia Herzegovina and Iran should not be underrated if the country must do well at the mundial.
The former Kwara United goalkeeper who last played for the Super Eagles under sacked Coach Samson Siasia says teams like Bosnia and Iran can play the spoiler’s game hence attention must be given to them ahead of the World Cup.
“Personally, I don’t see Argentina as our major threat but teams Iran and Bosnia which we have not played before could be difficult and tough because not much is known about them but with Coach Stephen Keshi in charge, I am sure that we are going to get the better of them”, says the Israel based Nigeria international.
“I strongly believe that Nigeria will go beyond the second round but we need to prepare well and show enough determination that we want to achieve something good at the World Cup. We have the players and the coaches that can lead the team through but still we should not underrate any of our opponents.
Aiyenugba who is still dreaming a return to the senior national team said he will be glad to be invited for the 2014 FIFA World Cup camp billed to open in May as he promised to fight his way into the hearts of the Super Eagles coaches.
“I am a Nigerian and I don’t believe that I am out of the team, for now I may not be there but I look forward to be called upon for the camping that will be held in May, I will definitely do my best to get a place in the team,” he added.