Former Nigerian midfielder, midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju says the Super Eagles won't have difficulties coping without the duo of Wilfred Ndidi and Oghenekaro Etebo against the Central Africa Republic (CAR) in this month's 2O22 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Recall that Ndidi and Etebo are currently nursing injuries, and in their places, Premier League new boy Frank Onyeka has gotten a call up a year after making his debut.
Nigeria will host the Central Africa Republic in the first game before travelling to Yaounde Douala, Cameroon for the second leg.
Douala is the temporary home of Central African Republic national teams.
However, in a chat with Brila FM, the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations winner, stated that the team has what it takes to cope without them.
He also pointed out that with the caliber of players invited for the game, the Germain tactician must make the right selection that will pick the maximum point for the team in both legs.
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