The worldwide competition begins on Thursday and the Flying Eagles will start their mission for greatness against Qatar on Friday
Previous Nigeria global Mutiu Adepoju trusts the Nigeria U20 group have a significant adventure in front of them at the Fifa U20 World Cup in Poland.
After a fourth spot at the U20 Afcon prior this year, Paul Aigbogun’s young men earned a ticket to the world stage and have been attracted Group D against Qatar, Ukraine and USA.
They will start their chase for the nation’s first title in the age-grade competition against Qatar at the Tychy Stadium on Friday.
Following a concentrated three-week preparing camp in Germany, which highlighted a thrashing to Saudi Arabia, Adepoju evaluated the Flying Eagles’ availability to take on the world.
“They have arranged well however it is hard to anticipate the stage they will get to on the grounds that different nations an accompanying the plan to win the trophy,” Adepoju told Goal.
“The dimension of readiness and comprehension between the players will be significant.
“Having seen the squad list and with the arrangement they were given, I trust that they will go far, however I can’t state on the off chance that we can win it.”
Nigeria’s best trip at the U20 World Cup was in 1989 and 2005, when they completed as sprinters up behind Portugal and Argentina, individually.