Lagos - Flying Eagles coach Manu Garba has disclosed he
plans to fortify his team with new players ahead of the third round of the African
Youth Championship qualifier in August.
The Flying Eagles dumped Ngorongoro Heroes of Tanzania 6-1
on aggregate on Saturday to qualify in style for the third round, where they
will face Lesotho.
“We plan to see more players so as to have a stronger team,”
said Manu, who will, along with his assistant Nduka Ugbade, watch Sunday’s
Nigeria Premier League match between champions Kano Pillars and El Kanemi in
“But above all, we’re satisfied that we have qualified for
the next round by winning as much as 6-1.”
”Tanzania were not a bad side but they have to work on their
“And the goal we conceded was a cheeky one.
First, there was the mistake by the defenders which led to the foul and the
goalkeeper ought to have arranged his wall better because that free kick should
not have beaten him.”
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