Former Nigerian international, Austin Eguavoen, has charged Super Eagles players to lift their game to qualify for 2018 FIFA World Cup. The ex-international claimed that the Super Eagles have a lot to do if they are to make their sixth appearance at the global football festival.
The three-time African champions kick-off their journey to book a place in Russia against Zambia in October and the former Gent defender wants Gernot Rohr’s men to sit up or see their hopes dashed.
“As we are preparing, other are also preparing and that’s why all the boys in our team should know that they have a job to do for Nigeria to qualify for the World Cup,” Eguavoen said on a radio programme monitored in Abuja.
Nigeria, led by Franco-German coach, Gernot Rohr, must negotiate their way past Chipolopolo, Cameroon and Algeria in Group B to make their sixth World Cup appearance