Ahmed Musa Says Lack Of Spectators Not A problem Ahead of Sierra Leone Clash
At the point when the Super Eagles face Sierra Leone in their most memorable match of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, commander Ahmed Musa has expressed that playing in secret won’t be an issue for them.
At the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja, Nigeria’s last aggressive match was against Ghana. The Super Eagles were denied a pass to the World Cup after a 1-1 draw with the Black Stars in Nigeria.
Onlookers ran onto the pitch, annihilating arena gear and imperiling the players.
FIFA responded by banning Nigerian fans from entering the arena for one game.
From that point forward, Nigeria has played two friendlies. They will get the discipline, be that as it may, when they face Sierra Leone in their most memorable cutthroat match on Thursday (today).
Commander Ahmed Musa demands that the absence of onlookers won’t be an issue for them on the ball.
“We are utilized to it, everything looks great. we played very nearly one and half years in the association without the fans(during the COVID-19 lockdown)”, Musa said at the pre-match presser according to Victor Modo.
“That is certainly not another thing. It is what we need to pay for in light of the fact that we did what we are paying for. So it is left as far as we’re concerned to play for what we want since we need to win the fans’ certainty back.”
At the point when Gernot Rohr was still responsible for the Super Eagles, the Leone stars dropped by and drew a vexing 4-4 attract Benin City.
Notwithstanding his unfortunate beginning, Nigeria can in any case expect a triumph with Jose Peseiro in control.
Nigeria skipper, Ahmed Musa, has demanded he did not tell anybody he has resigned from worldwide football.
The Fatih Karagumruk winger claims he was misquoted the mentors actually track down him sufficient for impending matches.
“I didn’t let anybody know that I am finished with Super Eagles.
I said I should seriously think about resigning after the World Cup assuming Nigeria had qualified.
“The new mentor has called me to come and play in the AFCON qualifiers and I can’t express no to him since it is a call to serve my country,” Musa told Complete Sports.
He added: “AFCON is one year from now and I am still effectively playing in Turkey and assuming that the mentors view me adequately as at the AFCON in Ivory Coast, I will happily proceed to assist my country with winning it. I will constantly respect solicitations to serve my nation and do my absolute best with.”
Musa is in the Super Eagles camp in front of the AFCON 2023 games against Sierra Leone and São Tomé and Principé.