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Rohr: Why Super Eagles can't win World Cup right now

 

 

The German strategist has given reasons why he feels the three-time African bosses can't secure the pined for prize

 

Nigeria public group mentor Gernot Rohr has communicated his negativity about Nigeria's odds of winning the World Cup with the current players available to him.

 

The Super Eagles' best excursions at the worldwide competitions were in 1994, 1998 and 2002, when they arrived at the Round of 16.

 

Rohr drove the West African side to their 6th appearance at the 2018 release in Russia, where they slammed out at the gathering stage.

 

The German strategist was as of late gave another two-year bargain and could lead the three-time African heroes to their next trip at the worldwide competition.

 

Rohr, in any case, accepts the Super Eagles can't win the worldwide competition on the grounds that a significant number of the players are not playing in top clubs.

 

"We are not prepared to win the World Cup, for a few reasons," Rohr told NewsCentral.

 

"France is the heroes right now, where they are playing? They are playing in PSG, Bayern Munich. Four of them are title holders at their clubs too

 

"So when you have so many of your players from your nations playing in the best clubs, so the likelihood that you additionally have perhaps the best group on the planet is huge.

 

"So what we have in Nigeria for instance, we have our major parts in Fulham, in West Bromwich. It's not Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester United or Barcelona. Be that as it may, different ones have their players there. So it would be a marvel on the off chance that we really win the World Cup."

 

Rohr likewise uncovered recently welcomed players like Matthew Yakubu and Sebastian Osigwe didn't get an opportunity to highlight in their 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone in November in light of the fact that the games were serious.

 

The German strategist, be that as it may, gave presentations to Frank Onyeka and Kevin Akpoguma, who changed his devotion from Germany to Nigeria.

 

"We attempted in the last couple of friendlies and even the global games in Benin City and in Freetown, we had some new players," he proceeded.

 

"We had a few players who chose to accompany us, leaving, for instance, Germany U20, U23 like Akpoguma who chose to accompany us, it is fabulous

 

"However, they need the future time in and it is difficult in a couple of instructional courses just to discover precisely the correct method to play with the group, it's simpler for different ones who were with us in the World Cup and played with us in the Afcon.

 

"We need to attempt to welcome better players, friendlies are useful for that to see them. At the point when they are friendlies it isn't for the outcome we are playing, we need to see new faces.

 

"We attempted new goalkeepers, new wingers, new safeguards and the midfielder from Midtjylland Onyeka, the Austrian goalkeeper.

 

"We saw a great deal of major parts in the friendlies however they are sufficiently not, we just have two since one year. At the point when you have games that you need results it isn't the best second for the players and for the group to welcome new ones."

 

Nigeria will assume the Republic of Benin and Lesotho in their next Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in March.


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