Nigeria fear of CAN 2013 after Egypt elimination
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi revealed Monday that the Super Eagles should concentrate in the coming games of the 2013 African Cup of Nations qualifiers and to know that everything is expected after Egypt were eliminated on Friday by Central African Republic.
"It is not our birthright to beat any team. We have to work hard for every victory. We can’t just show up and expect to win," Keshi was quoted as saying on SkySport.
The 50-year-old tactician asked his players to be careful with the coming games and not expect an easy win after the seven-time African Cup of Nations winners, Egypt were eliminated on Friday by Central African Republic.
"Look at Egypt, who would have believed that they would lose to Central African Republic. But they have," Nigeria coach added.
"So we have to work hard no matter who our opponents are. Now, every country in Africa believes that anybody can be beaten, including Nigeria, so we have to sit up and plan and treat everybody with respect."
The Super Eagles booked their place in the CAN 2013 after dominating their opponents Rwanda throughout qualifier game.
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