Gernot Rohr – It Will Be Hard Without Super Eagles
Sacked Super Eagles gaffer Gernot Rohr, has revealed he will have hard time without the national team, following his dismissal on Sunday by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
The German tactician qualifed the Super Eagles for the African Cup of Nations slated for January in Cameroon, and Qatar 2022 World Cup playoff in March but that couldn’t prevent him from been sacked.
Rohr who won’t be with the Eagles at the AFCON billed to be staged in Cameroon, backs the three time African champions to perform credibly well at the tournament having prepared the team until when he was sacked.
Rohr while speaking with the media said: “It’s a huge frustration, but I don’t want to argue, it’s not my style.”
“I’m convinced that they will have a very good AFCON because the team is in place and this very united group is ready for the challenges that await it.”
The African Cup of Nations tournament billed to be staged in Cameroon will commence between January 9 and February 6 with the Super Eagles campaigning from group D alongside Egypt, Suden and Guinea-Bissau.
The three time African champions will begin their campaign for a fourth AFCON trophy against seven time champions Egypt on January 11, before facing Suden and Guinea-Bissau in the last game of the group.
While Rohr sounds obsessed with the team he’s been in their midst since 2016 when he was hired, the German coach in his final remark says he’s going to have hard time doing without the great players and staff of Super Eagles.
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