“We keep praying that 2019 will be better than 2018. But we have to celebrate our heroes while they’re alive. That reminds us of the late Stephen Keshi, Amodu Shuaibu, Samuel Okwaraji, that’s why the women’s teams seem to complain. Let the ‘female’ teams do better than they have done before in previous World Cups,” Kanu told Brila FM.
Speaking on the commitment of the present Super Eagles team players, the former Arsenal, Portsmouth and West Bromwich Albion striker thumbed up the strides of the players.
“I don’t think so (current players not committed like the Eagles of the 90’s). I’ve been with the boys and I know they really want to do their best and working hard because remember its not only for the country but for themselves first.
“Its not going to be the same with our set (class of the 90s). The pressure from the fans was on us. We cant even draw during my playing days.
The Eagles will play a dead rubber in the AFCON qualifiers again Seychelles on March 23 before facing the 2019 AFCON hosts Egypt in a friendly both at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba.
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