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Keshi expects better Eagles against Mozambique

13 January 2014, 20:12Israel Ojoko

Cape Town - Super Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi says his boys are now improving and can handle the pressure at the Africa Nations Championship going on in South Africa.

The Nigerian team fell 2-1 to Mali in their opening game, a result that has put the side under pressure.

Keshi said he has been talking to his players along with team psychologist, Robinson Okosun and other officials for the players to forget the past and concentrate on their next game on Wednesday against Mozambique.

“Gradually, they are getting off it but I must admit that only three players played well in the last game and that was why we lost, we expect eleven players to play well on Wednesday for us to get the result we want”.

On Bafana Bafana game on Sunday, Keshi simply said, “we won’t talk about that game now, after the Wednesday game we can talk about that, for now the focus is on the Mambas game”.

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