Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick has focused on the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations as the Super Eagles’ fundamental need.
Nigeria has guaranteed the AFCON three past occasions, with their latest triumph landing in 2013, when a group driven by the late Stephen Keshi won the trophy in South Africa.
Talking at the end of the week in Lagos, Pinnick demands a fourth mainland title is past due – particularly thinking about the ability available to Nigeria.
“There are such a large number of rivalries this year and we mean to, not surprisingly, put our best foot forward in each and everybody of them,” said the NFF supervisor.
“The objective dependably is to develop triumphant. Be that as it may, the enormous one that we would prefer not to miss is the AFCON title.
“We have won it multiple times however we need it for a fourth time so we can close the hole with any semblance of Egypt and Cameroon.”
Egypt, the hosts for the 2019 competition, have won the AFCON a record multiple times, while Cameroon anchored their fifth trophy when they triumphed at the last release in 2017.
“The NFF will work with the specialized team to accomplish an astounding readiness of the Super Eagles for the competition. Everything authentic would be done to guarantee the Super Eagles triumph in Egypt,” proceeded with Pinnick, who included that planning will start in March with the last qualifier against the Seychelles and a neighborly with Egypt.
“The match against Seychelles will fill in as the start of our arrangements for the AFCON 2019, to be pursued four days after the fact by an inviting against the Egyptian national group at a similar scene.
“The group would almost certainly play two matches amid its last preparing camp before the AFCON finals.”