Major partner of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and official sponsor of the national teams, Globacom, has advised the Super Eagles to work hard and win their next match against Bosnia to earn second round qualification.
Since the draw with the Iranians, the Super Eagles and their coaching team have been under severe criticisms from Nigerians all over the world. The Nigerian players were specifically criticised for their alleged lackluster approach to the game.
Even though the Nigerian players were unable to find Iran™s back of the net in spite of their efforts, Globacom said the Super Eagles could fly over their next opponent, Bosnia Hezegorvonia, if they could compose themselves and played purposeful football. The company encouraged the players and the coaching crew to take the criticisms from Nigerians around the world as a mirror to assess their last performance.
œYou can make it in Brazil. All you need to do is keep your heads straight, review your last performance, identify your errors and take some lessons that will enhance positive outing against Bosnia,” Globacom said. The company advised Nigerians to constructively engage and criticise the Super Eagles so as not to demoralise the team.
œThe Nigerian players need all the words of encouragement now than ever to enable them re-establish their confidence as they prepare for their second group game on Saturday night,” the statement said.
The Company advised the Stephen Keshi led technical crew to marshal a new plan towards defeating Bosnia in the next match and record three full points to keep the Eagles in contention for qualification for the next round from group F.
œThis is the best opportunity for the Eagles to return to reckoning in the Group and we want the team to work hard and ensure victory against Bosnia,” Glo stated further.
œWe are optimistic that Nigerians will see a different team against Bosnia. All that we need is to keep supporting and praying for the team while tasking the NFF and the Technical crew not to relent in their resolve to inspire the Eagles to victory,” Globacom submitted.
Nigeria will face Bosnia in the second Group match on Saturday, 21 June in Curitiba.