Abuja - Seattle Sounders forward Obafemi Martins says he is
happy to be back in the National team of Nigeria, after a two year absence.
"I have always stay true to my country and happiness is
an understatement of my feelings right now, the National team means a lot to me,"
he told News24.
Martins who was the last player to arrive the Super Eagles
camp remains optimistic that Swaziland won't pose any serious threat to the
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"With all due respect, I don't expect them to pose so
much of a threat but we still have to approach the game with all the
seriousness it deserves, as underdogs they have nothing to lose hence they will
play with freedom.
"We are an experienced side and that gives us an edge
but we have to be ready to fight till the end, we can't afford to start badly."
He urged Nigerians to pray for the team ahead of the game
and to be patient with Sunday Oliseh, as he tries to help Nigeria regain her
place of pride in Africa and global football.For
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