Clemens Westerhof says Super Eagles coach cannot deliver 2018 World Cup ticket

Westerhof opined that the Super Eagles goalless draw away at Swaziland in the first leg shows that the team is not good enough

 

Former Super Eagles coach, Clemens Westerhof has revealed that he does not have faith in Sunday Oliseh to deliver the 2018 FIFA World Cup tickets.

The Dutch football manager began coaching the Super Eagles of Nigeria in 1989, leading Nigeria to its first FIFA World Cup in 1994 and their second African Cup of Nations win that same year.

Westerhof who managed Oliseh during his days as coach of the Super Eagles said the Super Eagles' start to the qualifiers does not give confidence the team will win the race to Russia.

Westerhof opined that the Super Eagles goalless draw away at Swaziland in the first leg shows that the team is not good enough.

“(Port Harcourt) Nigeria but is it not a game the Super Eagles should be winning 6-0, 7-0 under normal circumstances?. What type of football do they play in Swaziland?” Westerhof told Complete Sports.

“I’m sorry, with Oliseh, the Super Eagles may not go to the World Cup in Russia,” Westerhof opined.

Watch the Super Eagles win over Swaziland, below:

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