Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, at the weekend insisted that the home-based players he has called to camp in preparation for the 2013 African Nations Cup qualifier are the best in the country and he would rely on them to deliver the goods.
He also said he was certain of the players he would invite for the all-important qualifier against Rwanda, from Europe warning players in camp to go and display what they have learnt in the national camp at the various clubs.
He again asked the players to give him the reason to invite majority of them to the national camp when the duel against Rwanda as is at hand.
“I have rung the bell time and again and the promise I have for my players is for them to demonstrate their strength against weaker or stronger opposition and they will be invited for bigger action.”
Keshi, who addressed the players before they left for their various clubs at the weekend, also warned that any player that is reported as recalcitrant will stop being invited to the national camp.
“Every player here is good and that was how most of us that you now see as heroes started, but first of all you must be disciplined, focused and ready to don the national colours, if at any time I see anything contrary, then such an player will never be invited to the national camp again,”