By Izuchukwu Okosi:
Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu is not pertubed by the shock 3-2 defeat suffered by Nigeria on Saturday against Congo in the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifier.
Stephen Keshi’s team were defeated 3-2 in their first game of the qualifying games to Morocco 2015 where they are expected to defend their title which was won last year in South Africa.
Ogu who was not part of the team that tasted defeat at the stadium took to Twitter after the game to calm the the frays of disappoionted Nigerians who saw the Congo side dominate for most part of the game.
“No be us again? We will bounce back. It was a wake up call. (Super Eagles’) Next game will be better…#GOSUPEREAGLES,” Ogu tweeted.
The Super Eagles will find out on Monday morning, if they will indeed travel to South Africa for the game against South Africa as they could be stopped by a probable ban from FIFA as a result of the administrative crisis in the football house caused by the defiant stance of Chris Giwa not to vacate the NFF office following the NFF Executive Congress of August 26 which he claimed brought him to ‘power’ as the boss of the Nigeria Football Federation.