F/Eagles vow to redeem image against Tahiti
Just like wounded lions, the Flying Eagles have vow to stake their life and redeem their image in their match today against Tahiti after losing their first and second match in the group stage in the on-going World Youth Championship (WYC) in Egypt.
The Coach Samson Siasia led-team have not been able to record any goal since the start of the championship, have promise to spill their blood on the pitch and redeem their image and that of the coach.
Speaking to Daily Sunsport in Cairo, Hesinborg of Sweden player, Yakubu Alpha and Uche Okafor, the Kaduna United FC keeper whose mistake led to the first Spanish goal in Flying Eagles' match on Monday says they are set to correct their past mistake.
“It is difficult to explain what is actually wrong with us, and is unfortunate that things are not working as planed. We know we have brought disgrace to our country, but we are bent on corrrcting it in our match against Tahiti to ensure we redeem our image and that of the coach which was highly rated before now.
“We have overcome the shock of the last two matches and the spirit on camp is high we are determine to go all out to right all we have gotten wrong and ensure we win our match convincingly and wait for all the losers probbably we might be among the best losers.
“We came to Egypt with a mission of bringing the trophy back to Nigeria. Though we have not won any match, we believe it is still possible that is why we want to play our match with Tahiti like wounded lions and ensure we get that three points and wait for out come of other results. All we are pleading to Nigerians to still be patient with us may be that is the process God wants us to go through before getting to the finals.