Should Gernot Rohr retain his winning team or try new players against Algeria?

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 10
  • he should try another new players

  • The job is not finished.This is just the beginning, let the boys continue to Gel

  • Who changes winning team?he can only introduce some new guys into the team.

  • I Consider The Two Matches Against Algeria And Argentina As Friendly Matches,so,players Like Onyekuru,nwakeme And Aina Should Be Given Chance To Also Show Their Mettle.

  • Mike 4 months

    How many times una go ask this question.

  • Let him use the bench

  • He should invite this Belgian nigerian Cyriel dessers of FC utrecht of holland, he is a goal machine

  • ako amadi 4 months

    It’s overkill to use the established eleven in every game. Let us now see the fringe players who have been sitting long hours on the reserve bench. Some are as good as those who have been playing. There’s 7 months to the World Cup, and enough time to look at every candidate

  • Achi 4 months

    No player would be happy to be a perpetual bench warmer. It doesn’t take a psychologist to decipher this from the body language of our second eleven. Many of them may be as clinical as the regular players in getting the job done. How will we know without putting them to the test?

    Let us not forget that earlier in the year Nosa Igiebor had lashed out at Rohr for keeping him on the bench, vowing that he won’t honor any call up any longer (I don’t accept that a player should set conditions for the coach, though).

  • Samuel A. Alabi 4 months

    Rohr should try new players for these two “friendly” matches. He should use the Spanish club keeper, Ola Aina to replace Echiejile. John Ogu to replace Onazi, Onyekuru and the other Israeli club striker. In short, my suggested first eleven should include five fresh legs for the two matches, at least.