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Kwambe hopes to have impressed Oliseh

12 September 2015, 18:34

Abuja - Warri Wolves defender Solomon Kwambe believes he has done well enough to impress new Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh.

The 21-year old started both the games against Tanzania and Niger Republic this month, and believes the encouragement he has received from Oliseh has helped him improve.

"The two games we played were competitive but the Tanzania game was more competitive, it was tougher because of the tempo and edge it had.

Also read: Super Eagles defender excited to work with Oliseh

"From the start, the Coach encouraged me and the other home based players and he made us understand that he will work with players that give their best, and I believe I gave my best in those games," Kwambe said.

The right-back played all 90 minutes in Dar-es-Salaam against the Taifa Stars, and started in Port Harcourt against Niger Republic, but was replaced after 70 minutes.

He is expected to be one of the players to be recalled to camp ahead of the CHAN qualifiers against the Stallions of Burkina Faso next month.

He was a member of Nigeria's CHAN team to the last edition in South Africa, where they finished third.

- News24


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