By Johnbosco Agbakwuru, Calabar
Super Eagles goalkeeper and stand-in captain, Vincent Enyeama has assured Nigerians to expect victory in their 2013 Africa’s nations cup qualifier against the Wasp of Rwanda at the U.J. Esuene Stadium, Calabar, Cross River State on Saturday.
Enyeama while fielding questions on the expectations of Nigerians after the not-to-good performance in the 2014 FiFA World cupBrazilqualifier againstMalawilast weekend which ended in 1-1 draw said that the Saturday game will be great and that towards the end of game the Super Eagles will come out victorious.
On his performance so far, he said, “I have served this country for ten years now and I have given my best even though my best at one point or the other may have not been the best, I won’t feel bad.
“I have done my quota and I think I deserve a bit of applause. A whole lot of games I wasn’t at my best everybody knows and there are a whole lot of games I was on top of my game. I don’t like talking about my negativity, I like talking about my positivity that is me, I look forward, I don’t look backwards,” he said.
Also speaking, the Super Eagles striker Ejike Uzoenyi who plies his trade with the Rangers International Football Club of Enugu said that the spirit of the players are high for their match against the Rwandan team and that the team had worked hard to deserve victory.
“We are prepared, we are working hard and by the grace of God, we are going to do our best. We expect to have a great game come Saturday. Hopefully, Saturday will be a different game from what we have played before.”