By NBF News

Chief coach of national Under-20 team, Flying Eagles, John Obuh is confident that his wards would outplay and outscore their host, Mauritius when they meet this weekend in the Southern African country. Coach Obuh said that his boys had trained to a point where they cannot afford not to win the match in Mauritius adding that they are raring to go and that in their present mood, they look unstoppable.

'We are ready for this first leg and I want to assure you that we are not going for anything short of victory in Mauritius. We are not saying this because they are no big name in football in the continent, but because of our preparedness for the match

'Though, I don't have any information about the Mauritius team, we are banking on the fact that we have a team that had been together for some time and understand each other very well. 'We are going to play our hearts out and win, that is just our mission to that country,' he stated

On Okoro Stanley, who was recently capped by the senior national team, Obuh said that his being capped at senior level was good since it would expose him more to big time football adding that the young man should not forget the finger that fed him.

'I think Okoro should realize that he still belong to this team and should be dedicated to the team in its quest to qualify for the CAF Under-20 Nations Cup in Libya. We need him just as he needs us. He is a good player and is still in our plans,' he stated.