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Eromosele Edeogbon and Akeem Busari in an interview session

As preparations for the  Super Eagles' all important Russia 2018 World Cup qualifying match against the Chipolopolo of Zambia gathers momentum, stakeholders in the fortunes of Nigerian football have been expressing unbridled optimism on the chances of the Super Eagles.



Speaking in an exclusive interview in Benin city, Eromosele Edeoghon, CEO of Vuvuzela fc, was unequivocal in his belief that the Eagles are primed to break bounds hitherto unachievable by African teams at the world cup in Russia.



" I want to state confidently that this present Super Eagles are going to break bounds and records at the world cup next year in Russia," Edeoghon, " said. 




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" This is a team brimming with unbelievable and immensely talented players. The blend of youth and experience, as well as, the hunger for success, is set to see them come good," he added.



When asked about the chances of the team against the boisterous Zambian side, Edeoghon, who is also the owner of  Vuvuzela sports and bar centre, an upscale outlet in Benin, was quick to dismiss the threats of the boastful Zambians.


" Football is played on the pitch and not with the mouth. Mind games or whatever our opponents are trying to do won't work. The experience of the likes of Mikel Obi, Victor Moses and Ighalo will be too much for Zambia," he expressed confidently.


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