- Gernot Rohr has assured Nigerians that the Super Eagles are ready to battle Argentina’s Albiceleste
- The 64-year-old football tactician is confident that the three-time African champions will hold their own against the two-time World Champions
- The Super Eagles and the Albiceleste clash in their final Group D fixture on Tuesday at Krestovsky Stadium.
Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr has assured Nigerians that the three-time African champions are ready to battle Argentina’s Albiceleste in their final Group D fixture on Tuesday at Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg.
The 64-year-old Franco-German revealed this in a video 2:02 minutes clip posted on the Super Eagles official Twitter handle on Sunday, that they will do everything humanly possible to be focused for the cracker on Tuesday.
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Interestingly, the Super Eagles’ delegations are expected to hit the match venue, Saint Petersburg today from their camp base in Yessentuki, Russia.
Already, the official media conference heralding the all-important showdown holds on Monday at Saint Petersburg.
The team will not be observing any training session on Sunday evening after their arrival.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that the Albiceleste squad members are in disarray after attempt to have manager, Jorge Sampaoli sacked ahead of Nigeria game did not see the light of the day.
According to the UK Sun report, the Barcelona midfielder and teammates’ demanded the immediate removal of the former Sevilla boss after the Albiceleste 3-0 pumping by Croatia’s Blazers.
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