Gernot Rohr has stated the double-header worldwide pleasant match in opposition to Cameroon is a chance to have good competitors within the Tremendous Eagles Crew.
The Eagles will start preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers after they tackle Cameroon in Austria.
Their first assembly comes up on Friday June 4th earlier than they are going to now meet once more on June eighth.
The video games will give new and fringe gamers within the Eagles to point out what they do following the absence of key stars.
Among the many gamers who could be hoping to stake a declare within the staff are the likes of Terem Moffi, Abraham Marcus, Anayo Iwuala, Frank Onyeka, Peter Olayinka and Valentine Ozornwafor.
And looking forward to the video games Rohr, talking to the Tremendous Eagles Media after the staff’s coaching on Tuesday in Austria, stated they are going to have the possibility to see different gamers which will probably be good for the staff.
“So many gamers aren’t right here however it is a chance for us to attempt different gamers, to see new faces who would have the possibility to point out one thing.
“It’s at all times vital to arrange nicely for the World Cup qualifiers. It’s the final alternative to arrange nicely for the qualifiers in opposition to Liberia and Cape Verde.
“So we should use this chance to be prepared and have good competitors within the staff.”
Rohr said that the coaching went nicely and is trying ahead to presenting staff whereas praying in opposition to harm.
He added:”Coaching was okay we had 18 gamers this afternoon. A few of them travelled at evening So we have been very cautious as a result of we don’t need any accidents.
“We can have 20 gamers tomorrow as a result of two different gamers will arrive, (Paul) Onuachu and Ahmed Musa. We are going to attempt to have staff and for the 2 video games I hope there wouldn’t be harm.
“The coaching session was good, good grass, good climate, not too scorching and I believe we are able to put together nicely forward of our friendlies in opposition to Cameroon.”