Stephen Keshi, the head coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria has urged Nigerians to pray for the national team as they take on their counterparts from Iran today.[blockquote right=”pull-right” cite=”Stephen Keshi, Head Coach of Super Eagles of Nigeria”]Asked about his possible line up for today’s match, he said “ I don’t have to discuss my tactics openly but we won’t play 4-4-2. The last time we played that formation was in Liberia. [/blockquote]
He made this plea while speaking on a Google+ Hangout organised by Globacom, Nigeria’s Second National Operator (SNO), ahead of the match due to hold at the ongoing World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
For Keshi, every game has its character as well as surprises. According to him, “I’ve seen surprises and that’s how tournaments should be.”
Asked about his possible line up for today’s match, he said “ I don’t have to discuss my tactics openly but we won’t play 4-4-2. The last time we played that formation was in Liberia.
Asked whether the issue of players bonuses has been resolved, Keshi said : It’s an issue that should be addressed to the Nigeria Football Federation and the players.”
The Google+ Hangout, a Globacom Nigeria sponsored platform, will be available during the World Cup period to connect football loving Nigerians to the Super Eagles, according to the telecoms company.