Lagos - When a team plays against an opponent as weak as Tahiti, it is somewhat difficult to gauge with any certainty just how good or bad they really are, KickOffNigeria.com reports.
Factor in the variables of fatigue and jet-lag, on a day when just about the entire team looked a step behind, and the permutations all but assume exponential proportions.
Usually, when the chessboard becomes that complicated, the best recourse is to simplify it by exchanging pieces, getting some off the board and pushing others forward. For Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi, that time to simplify is now.
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