Libya national team coach, Adel Amrouche has come out to confess that Nigeria's Super Eagles will be hard to beat, when they clash in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State October 12.
The Mediterranean Knights are currently topping group E qualifier and won their last game against Seychelles. Amrouche stated that his team's chances of getting all three points to cement their qualification are slim.
”God willing, we will satisfy the Libyan public in the next game despite the difficulty.
“”Everyone is committed, and everyone answered the call to gather at the camp for players who are not associated with official matches with their clubs, we are waiting for the rest,” Amrouche said at a press conference on Saturday.
The Super Eagles will begin training for their first competitive game against Libya as from Tuesday as the players are to report at the Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort in Uyo latest Monday, October 8.
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