Super Eagles Coach Stephen Keshi has declared that his team is ready to face any of the other nine countries for next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
The Big Boss at the post match conference at the U.J Esuene in Calabar said he is not in any way afraid of Ghana, Ivory Coast, Egypt or any of the other top countries still in the run for one of the five slots allocated to Africa at the next Mundial.
-I don’t have any preference for any of the teams left, whoever we are paired to face, we are ready to face them, the target is to be in Brazil 2014 and that is what we are pursuing as a team, stated the Big Boss.
The Eagles will be clear on the next hurdle to be crossed in the run to the 2014 World Cup as CAF will be conducting a draw for the remaining 10 teams who will now play themselves in a two-legged tie to determine the final qualifying teams.
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