–Ex-int’l says Eagles’ll play against improved Sudanese side, bad weather
Mutiu Adepoju has cautioned Super Eagles to be wary of an improved Sudan in Saturday’s Nations Cup qualifier in Omdurman.
Adepoju is administrator of Kwara Football Academy, KFA urged the Super Eagles players to be ready for a very tough opposition but quickly voiced his believe that the players would be capable of winning the game.
“Our players should be ready for a very tough opposition but I believe the players are capable of winning the game”, he began.
The ex-international who was part of the 1994 AFCON title winning Super Eagles in Tunisia and three World Cups added that the team should be wary of the climate in Sudan as it could be their biggest obstacle.
”Sudan is a tough opposition, we’ve had series of problems going there especially because of the weather condition and they are a better side now.”
”Our players should be ready for a very tough opposition but I believe the players are capable of winning the game”, the former midfielder nick named ‘Head Master stressed.