Super Eagles interim coach, Stephen Keshi has declared that business in the Super Eagles will not be as usual. The Big Boss who is keen to redeem his image after a poor start in the AFCON qualifying series told the players in camp and those expected to jet in today that they are in for serious business and that there was no time for jokes any more. “We have played with ourselves for sometimes, now is time for business and we have to get the job done and no kidding with players and officials from Monday”, he declared.
As at last night a good number from the 25 players invited for the crunch matches against Congo and South Africa have already arrived with Keshi insisting that whether they have enough players or not, training will effectively take off of Tuesday evening.
“We have said we can qualify the country and we are ready for that task, now is time for action and less talk”, he said.
Currently third in their group behind South Africa and Congo, the Super Eagles will need to beat Congo with a clear 2 goal margin or get a higher scoreline of victory than Congo got in Calabar to overtake the Red Devils in Group A after this weekend’s clash in Pointe Noire.