Former Nigeria’s international, Tijani Babangida, is optimisitic that Super Eagles will not relent in its efforts to qualify for the twenty, twenty-three, Côte d’Ivoire, Africa Cup of Nations.
Babangida, who said the team’s failure to qualify for this year’s edition of FIFA World Cup in Qatar, explained that it was a big disappointment that the team was unable to make impact at the continental football fiesta in Cameroon.
The former Super Eagles star, is optimistic that the team’s failure to qualify for the global soccer fiesta in Qatar, would spur the Super Eagles to be more hungry for success.
He said the players would be more determined to achieve great impact at the qualifiers for the twenty, twenty- three Africa Cup of Nations, in Côte d’Ivoire.
The twenty, twenty-three, Africa Cup of Nations, Côte d’Ivoire, is expected to kick-off from June twenty-three to July twenty-three.