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Keshi: Eagles going for maximum points

05 June 2013, 15:00

Lagos - Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says his target against Kenya today is three points, KickOffNigeria.com reports.

The Super Eagles scraped a late draw against the Harambee Stars when both sides met in Calabar in March but Keshi says that is in the past

“We respect the Kenyans for what they achieved when we played in Nigeria, but I like to state that is in the past. We have forgotten about that, just as we are not going to be thinking about the fact that we have beaten Kenya in nine of 11 previous meetings.

“The important thing is that we have a mission here and that is to pick the maximum points and then go to Namibia to do same. That way, we would have enhanced our chances of qualification for the World Cup before going to the Confederations Cup.”

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