Former
Super Eagles head coach, Monday Sinclair believes Stephen Keshi will get it
right as coach of the Nigerian national team.
Sinclair
told naijafootball247.com that Nigerians are a very impatient people and that
is why there were complaints about the team after the Confederation Cup.
“Building
a team is not an overnight thing and we shouldn’t have expected the team to win
the Confederations Cup so soon.
“I
agree Nigerians felt we could have done better against Spain and Uruguay or
even scored more against Tahiti but it really doesn’t matter,” Sinclair said.
“These
players are still developing. They have not reached the peak where you can
expect them to stand against any team. They will only try but just give them
another two or three years and you will be surprised at what they will do.
“Let
us say, after the 2014 World Cup Nigerians will be watching a different kind of
Super Eagles by the 2018 World Cup.
Stephen
Keshi was criticized after the Confederations Cup loss to Spain for his
decision to continue using players from the Nigerian League.
At
the AFCON, two outstanding players were Sunday Mba who played for Warri Wolves
and Godfrey Oboabona who still features for Sunshine Stars all in the Nigerian League.

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