- Libya coach Adel Amrouche has apologized to all Nigerians for his comment
- He stated that the Super Eagles believe in 'juju' to play games while his players believe in God
- Amrouche has now defended himself claiming he was joking with the statement he made
Head coach of the Libya senior men national team Adel Amrouche has tendered an apology to Nigerians and all the Super Eagles supporters for the comment he made against Gernot Rohr's men.
Libya are currently leading the table in Group E with four points in the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
They got an important away point in Durban against South Africa in their last game in which Adel Amrouche stated clearly that his team is ready for their next two games against Nigeria.
He made it clear that his wards are not scared of the Super Eagles adding that Nigeria believe in 'juju' (voodoo) to play games.
Adel Amrouche has been badly criticized for his comment, and the 50-year-old Algerian football manager took to social media to tender an apology.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Libya coach Adel Amrouche accused the Super Eagles players of using voodoo ahead of the upcoming the 2019 AFCON qualifiers next month.
Amrouche's side played out a goalless draw against South Africa in their second group game of the qualification series as they top Group E.
The Super Eagles are currently occupying third position on the log in Group E with three points after two games played.
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