By Tony Ubani
SUPER Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has promised changes in the team not only in introducing new players but also in their approach as they look for win against defending champions, Zambia tomorrow.
He knows the feelings and reactions of whistle. Still looking unruffled with his charming smile but apparently heavily burdened by the weight of expectations, Keshi promised to turn things around against Zambia with the introduction of Chelsea man, Victor Moses.
Moses, perhaps, may play his biblical role of leading Nigeria out of a looming first round elimination. “Lets see how he gets on before Friday. He had arm-string before we left Faro but has been responding positively in training”, the former Togo and Mali coach who is the toast of Journalists because of his cocktail of speaking many languages said.
Foreign journalists who are covering the Nations Cup have been asking questions why Keshi left out a big and good player like Moses when his attackers were frittering chances.
In yesterday’s training, the Blues man sparkled with his dribble runs and looks set to breathe fresh air into the attack and get goals to sink Zambia.