Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Abuja fans dish out harsh treatment to Super Eagles
Qualifier to Sudan on Saturday in Khartoum, Fans at the Nnamdi Azikwe
Airport almost attacked the players and officials of the Super Eagles if
not for the Soldiers stationed there to protect them.
Nigeria lost two games and drew one from a relatively easy group and have
just one point from a possible nine. They sit at the bottom of the table
with South Africa ontop with seven points, Congo are second with six
points and Sudan third with a point.
The super Eagles now face a possible elimination if they fail to win there
remaining three games, while their Group rivals drop points and thereby
losing out on defending their trophy.
Keshi's men are expected to begin training on monday morning ahead of the
next match against the Sudanese wish they hope to win or his job might
just be over.