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Amuneke: Eaglets are improving

16 April 2014, 14:07Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Golden Eaglets coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, says the players are improving every game following a 9-0 bashing of Pepsi Football Academy on Tuesday.

With five wins in as many matches starting with a 6-0 battering of the Super Falcons penultimate week, Amuneke said he was hopeful his lads would turn on the show in Togo in the six-nation tournament starting this weekend in Lome.

"Though we are not there yet but we are impressed with the performance of the players against Pepsi," said Amuneke who scored some trophy-winning goals for the country in his heydays.

"The attack was sharp and forceful; and I really want to commend the players for being able to reproduce some of the things they have been learning in training. Overall, it was a good performance despite the fact that we lost some composure towards the end of the match."

The former African Footballer of the Year noted that the team is ready for the tournament in Togo, adding that it is imperative to keep the boys focused about the challenges ahead.

"If we can continue to work collectively as we have done today, we can pull surprises in Togo and by the grace of God, we are going to make a good impression."

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