Saturday, 8 September 2012

EMENIKE, IDEYE get license to destroy Liberia

Super Eagles strikers Emmanuel Emenike and Brown Ideye have been charged by the Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi to extend their club goal scoring ability to the national team to ensure victory against the lone star of Liberia in Monrovia today.

Spartak's goal fighter, Emenike disclosed exclusive before the team departed to Liberia yesterday that the players as well as the coaching crew are ready to make Nigerians proud, especially the President who declared his support for the team to ensure that they return with the maximum three point, also revealed his determination for the team today.

"We all know that it will be tough," Emenike admitted.
"And that is the reason why we have to fight hard as well. We are not ready to underrate them like in the past. We are going to give all our best and I believe it is possible with caliber of players in the team.

"We were all thrilled by the President approach and his support for the team, and that alone will make us fight hard on the pitch.

On the part of Ideye, the Dynamo Kiev goal poacher also on the same lane with Emenike, he says:: "we are ready for the toughest battle in Monrovia but we would smile back to Nigeria by the grace of God."
"We expect total battle from the lone stars but our individual forms and the team work can give us the edge."

A top official of the Nigerian Football Federation has exclusive told 9jasoccerblog that Keshi is looking toward the partnership of Emmanuel Emenike and Brown Ideye in the match today.