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Kanu still believes in Eagles

15 October 2014, 12:03Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Nigerian legend Nwankwo Kanu says there will be no stopping the Super Eagles in the last three qualifier games for the Maroc 2015 Nations Cup.

Nigeria has only managed one point from a possible nine after suffering defeats from Congo and Sudan.

With three games remaining to play in the qualifiers, the Super Eagles take on Sudan in Abuja on Wednesday in an attempt to redeem a dented image, and the former captain of the side said both the players and coaching crew still have what it takes to deliver.

Also read: Sudan stun the Super Eagles

“I know the caliber of players in this team, some of them I have played with. I know the coaching crew and all the assistants, the slogan now is operation win all games,” he declared.

Kanu called for total support from all Nigerians at home and in the diaspora, noting that what the team is passing through at the moment is common with great teams and all they need to bounce back is the support and understanding of their people.

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