Super Eagles’ goalkeepers good enough for World Cup, says Dosu (Guardian)

Super Eagles’ goalkeepers good enough for World Cup, says Dosu (Guardian)

Former Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Joseph Dosu has appealed to Nigerians to stop attacking the country’s current shot stoppers, saying such harsh criticism could dampen the morale of the stars even before the World Cup kicks off in Russia.

Following Super Eagles’ recent friendly matches, especially the 0-2 loss to Serbia last week, many football followers have been clamouring for the return of former captain, Vincent Enyeama to the fold to save the country from embarrassment at the World Cup.

Speaking to The Guardian yesterday at the inaugural edition of the LEG Challenge Cup Soccer Tournament holding at the Main Bowl of the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere, where his team, Westerlo FC, is also involved, Dosu said help the coaches to build the confidence of the three goalkeepers in camp. He believes that since they are the best materials available to the country, condemning them would only help in putting them under undue pressure, which could work against the team in Russia. Read more

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