Super Eagles faced with tactical, physical problem ahead of Guinea clash

Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has revealed his team’s challenges ahead of the second Group B match of the 32nd African Cup of Nations against Guinea on Wednesday(Today) at the Alexandria Stadium in Egypt.
Having won the first match with 1-0 success against Burundi to top  Group B with three points, the Nigerian representative at the 2019 AFCON are faced with what Gernot called tactical and physical problem as they face the Syli Stars of Guinea later today.
Rohr revealed his team’s problems and appreciated CAF for their prompt intervention when Samuel Kalu slumped in training session before the match against Burundi while speaking in a press conference yesterday.
“My problem at the moment is the recovery of the injured players Collins and Shehu two fullbacks, and this is my tactical problem for the moment.

”We had this physical problem, some players had fever but it is getting better now which is good news and the very good news is that Kalu did MRI yesterday in Cairo and it is now a hundred percent sure that he’s fit and he will be available for the game.

“I want to thank the CAF organisation because immediately the ambulance was here and took him to hospital. So I want to say in the name of all my staff a big thank you to the CAF organisation and the people did a great job,” says the 65-year-old German tactician.
Author: Olawale Quadry
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