Lagos - Osmanlispor FK striker Umar Aminu has insisted that
the Dream Team VI will be unfazed by the antics of the away supporters in next
weekend's African U23 Championship return leg clash against their Congolese
counterparts in Point Noire after a 2-1 win last weekend.
After being two goals ahead in Port Harcourt, the Samson
Siasia - led side failed to finish off the Central Africans after conceding a
goal in the 67th minute, which leaves them with a mountain to climb in the
But Aminu, who was top scorer at the 2013 African Youth
Championship, is confident that the Olympic Team will qualify for the African U23
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''We stand a good chance of qualifying, why not? Playing
away from home will not intimidate us,'' said Umar Aminu to news24.
''In the first leg, we played better than them and even had
more scoring chances than the opponents.
''We are winning that game, trust me. Just wait and see what
will happen in ten days from now.''
The Optimum Performance FC, Abuja product refused to comment
on whether or not he will be available for the game, which is outside Fifa's
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