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Ambrose, Onazi talk up CHAN Eagles

23 January 2014, 18:22Israel Ojoko

Cape Town - Super Eagles players abroad have been sending messages of goodwill to their mates taking part in the ongoing African Nations Championship with most of them declaring that they believe there will be no stopping the Nigerian side from winning the trophy at stake.

Celtic of Scotland defender, Efe Ambrose has been calling every other day to check on the welfare of his mates from team administrator, Dayo Enebi Achor. “We have players who are experienced enough to win the championship and by God’s Grace they will”, he said.

Lazio midfield ace, Ogenyi Onazi called from Italy to wish Coach Stephen Keshi happy birthday and his team-mates goodluck in their game against Morocco on Saturday.

“At this point there is no stopping our team from winning the championship again”, he declared. Onazi said he has been in constant touch with some of the players in the team and he was certain that they have the right frame of mind to win the tournament.

Central defender, James Okwuosa, who plies his trade in South Africa with Chippa United, physically came to the Super Eagles Garden Court hotel abode, the third time he was doing so on Thursday morning.

“I have come to see my friends and teammates and also to wish our lovely coach, Stephen Keshi, a happy birthday”, he said on Thursday morning. I also believe the team has crossed its biggest hurdle and by the end of the tournament Nigerians will surely smile”, he said.

Midfielder John Ogu, also called all the way from Portugal where he stars for Academica De Coumbria on Thursday.

“We are so happy with what our mates are doing there in South Africa, they are really making us proud and help to tell them that we are backing them all the way to winning the trophy. There is no stopping Nigerian football again, we have come to stay at the very top with Coach Keshi. Happy birthday to the Big Boss”, he said excitedly.

- News24


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