Former Super Eagles coach Stephen Okechukwu Keshi has shown optimism that the national team will succeed under new coach Sunday Oliseh and believes that the Eagles will qualify for the competitions in which they take part in the qualifiers presently.
“The team is managed by the head coach and I wish him the best. I know that with the quality of players and if we are truly united, we will qualify for every competition. Na fight dey cause us wahala,” Keshi said in local parlance.
“I am happy where I am with my wife and family and I pray all the times for our dear Super Eagles, I wish them the best at all times,” the Big Boss said.
The Super Eagles are presently involved in the qualifiers for two competitions which are the 2016 African Cup of Nation to be hosted by Gabon and Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup.
They tackle Egypt in their next match of the 2017 AFCON qualifiers in March 23, 2016 and play a return leg few days after, while they play Swaziland in the 2nd round of the World Cup qualifiers in November..