By Kate Obodo

Former Super Eagles coach Christian Chukwu is optimistic the Super Eagles will come out  victorious in their clash with the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia in tomorrow’s 2010 World Cup decider in Abuja, but warned that it would  not be an easy task.

The former Harambee Stars of Kenya gaffer said that the Tunisians would be a difficult side to play because they equally have a good squad, adding that the north Africans would do everything within their reach  to stop  the Super Eagles. He however, remains confident that victory is sure for the Eagles at the end.

“I know the match is not going to be an easy one but one thing is certain, the Eagles will claim victory. The critical aspect here is our bid to reach the promised land which we will.
“I think the coach has done enough to make Nigerians smile at the end of the match. Now it is time for the players to put into practice what the coach has been teaching them and play to instruction.
I urge the players to be focused and play as if their lives depended on the game . I know the Tunisians will come with all their antics but that is not the issue. The issue here is that we will definitely win considering the caliber of players that we have. Our players should not underrate them,” Chukwu said.
He however, urged Nigerians to support the team in their fierce battle with the Tunisians.

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