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Eagles face crowded schedule – The Nation Nigeria

Eagles face crowded schedule – The Nation Nigeria

Tunde Liadi

Tremendous Eagles head coach, Gernot Rohr has for the umpteenth time asserted that delaying the Africa Cup of Nations from January 2021 to January 2022 was not a foul concept in spite of everything.

The German mentioned it was very acceptable to maneuver the event for an additional 12 months to allow groups have time to organize within the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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The CAF Govt Committee reached a call fortnight in the past to maneuver the largest African soccer event from 2021 to 2022 because of COVID-19.

“The Africa Cup of Nations is postponed. It’s the identical for everybody so it’s not a disadvantage,” Rohr instructed Girondins4ever. “We’ve got extra time to organize in addition to for different nations. We are able to proceed the play-offs and begin the World Cup qualifiers on the similar time.

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Nevertheless, the German coach admitted that 2022 might be a troublesome 12 months for the Tremendous Eagles.

“However it is going to be a troublesome 2022 12 months as a result of already in 2021, there are quite a lot of qualifying matches to play for the staff.

“I feel we may have time to play a couple of friendlies. Within the 12 months 2022, if now we have certified for the World Cup and the AFCON, there might be many, many video games to play. So it would actually be a troublesome 12 months.”

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Eagles face crowded schedule – The Nation Nigeria

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