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Guinea Bissau to confront Super Eagles as wounded lions - Football administrator - Realnews Magazine

Former NLO Director warns Super Eagles to take Guinea Bissau seriously, predicting a tense match at AFCON 2023. Must avoid complacency.

Former Board Member and South-East Director of the Nationwide League One (NLO), EBERE Amaraizu, has issued a warning to the Super Eagles, urging them to be cautious of Guinea Bissau as they prepare to face off in the ongoing 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON). In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Amaraizu emphasized the need for the Eagles to bring their A-Game and not underestimate their opponents, despite Guinea Bissau's two losses in the tournament.

Amaraizu stressed the importance of approaching the match with both technical and tactical prowess, urging the Super Eagles to avoid complacency and not take anything for granted. He likened Guinea Bissau to wounded lions, warning that if they are not properly tamed, they will fight to make a statement against the Super Eagles.

Drawing from his experience as the former General Manager of Crime Busters FC, Enugu, Amaraizu highlighted the need for the Super Eagles to expect a tough encounter and to maintain a strong midfield to aid the defense and sharpen their attacking networks. He urged the team to stay focused and avoid any form of distraction, emphasizing the importance of keeping faith with the squad that played against Ivory Coast.

Amaraizu's insights serve as a timely reminder for the Super Eagles to approach the upcoming match with the utmost seriousness and determination, recognizing the potential threat posed by Guinea Bissau. As the tournament progresses, the Super Eagles must heed Amaraizu's advice and maintain their competitive edge to secure victory in the crucial match ahead.

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