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  • Rohr must beat Cameroon, says Eguavoen
  • Austin Eguavoen says Gernot Rohr’s Super
    Eagles must beat Cameroon in August to keep
    their chances of reaching the 2018 FIFA World
    Cup tournament alive.
    Goals from Tokelo Rantie and Percy Tau ensured
    South Africa defeat Nigeria for the first time in a
    competitive game, but despite the disappointing
    defeat, the former national team manager
    believes the defeat was a wake-up call for the
    squad.
    Eguavoen, who recently resigned from his
    position at Sunshine Stars added that Nigerians
    must not mount unnecessary pressure on the
    German-born tactician, saying he should be
    allowed to do the job he has been employed to
    do. “What is expected of them is to beat
    Cameroon, but then it is easier said than done,”
    Eguavoen said.
    “I still hope and have faith in our national team,
    we got it wrong on that day for whatever reason
    I’m not sure of, but it is better it happened in
    our first game so we can have time to adjust.
    “But I feel we should not put much pressure on
    this man, we have given him a job to do, all he
    needs from us is total support to enable him do
    a good job for Nigeria
    “Then if he doesn’t succeed, we can invite him
    to the round table, if he does, we applaud him,
    but now that everyone is trying to give him their
    opinion, it will probably destabilize him.
    “But we still have a very bright chance and I
    believe it is better it happened now so that we
    can use this as a lesson.
    “I don’t think it is the right way to go, definitely
    he has to submit his list to the technical
    committee for them to instruct the secretarial to
    send invitations, though the technical committee
    has the right to ask questions regarding the
    players on the list.
    “But then the coach will have to defend the
    players he invited, and that is why he is saddled
    with the responsibility, that is why he should be
    allowed to do his job and also be comfortable.”

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