BY JUDE OPARA, Abuja
With just three days to the 2016 FIFA Word Cup qualifier between Nigeria and Swaziland, Super Eagles Chief Coach, Sunday Oliseh has revealed that he has not fully recovered from the sickness that forced him to rush back to Belgium last month.
Briefing journalists after the team’s training yesterday evening, Oliseh disclosed that due to the importance of the encounter he decided to return to ensure that the desired victory is secured.
However, the former national team captain quickly added that with the zeal displayed by the boys, that the team will find a way to get the better of their hosts even as he added that he has high regards for the home team.
“I am not 100% fit but this is a crucial match and we have to give it our all that is why I managed to be here. The boys are in high spirit and we have devised plans to get it right. We want to win all our matches so as to qualify for the world cup, that is our target.”
The former Juventus of Italy midfielder also spoke on the late arrival of some of his players including American based Obafemi Martins blaming that on international flight hitches especially as it concerns Lufthansa.
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