The general secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Musa Amadu, has pointed out the opening game against Iran at this summer’s World Cup, as a crucial one, which will decide how far Nigeria will go in the competition.
Stephen Keshi’s men are in Group F along the Iran, Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina, but will face the Asians, who many see as the weakest team in the group, in their first match.
Amadu stated that Keshi’s tactical ability, will count as an advantage for the African champions in Brazil.
“If we go there and beat Iran, we will qualify and go as far as we can go. Let us work together and I believe we have a very competent technical crew. I don’t have any doubt about it,” Amadu told journalists.
“Keshi has played at the highest level and has seen it all. I am quite confident that we have sufficient materials both from the technical crew and the players to do the nation proud.”
By Daily Post
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