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Enyeama expects tough challenge from Chad

05 June 2015, 12:14

Abuja - Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama has posited the he expects a ‘tough challenge’ from Chad’s Le Sao when both sides face off in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier next weekend in Kaduna.

The Lille Metropole of France goalkeeper says even though he and his teammates expect to win, he acknowledges it won’t be an easy ride through.

“I expect that they will give us a tough challenge,” he said, “We expect to win as that is the only acceptable result for us but we must acknowledge it won’t be an easy ride thorough for us.

“They will also be hoping to get a win and we have to show strength and character and not get carried away,” he said.

Also read: Keshi calls-up Enyeama, drops Mikel

The 32-year old also adds that with most of the Super Eagles players still fresh from playing for their respective clubs, there shouldn’t be a case of match rustiness.

“Most of us are coming off a very competition season from our various leagues and I think it’s a good thing because we shouldn’t have a case of match rustiness because most of us are still in competitive spirits.”

The Super Eagles will leave Abuja for Kaduna, venue of the match on Sunday.

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