The 30-year-old is part of Nigeria's configuration in South Africa and Uganda games, and offered an indication of how exciting the future will be …
The national team of Nigeria is "really blessed", considering the many football talents that are now in its possession, and for the future, says seemingly excited John Ogu.
With an average age of 25.9, the Super Eagles were the youngest team at the 2018 World Cup and by Gernot Rohr's decisions on selection of players since their departure from Russia, the team continued to promote themselves with prematurely developed talents.
The German tactician gave the opportunity to call-up and / or first-team young players who started poorly in the qualifying round for the Africa Cup in 2019.
Some teenagers, others only in their twenties; Ola Aina, Samuel Kalu, Jamil Collins, Henry Onyekuru, Semi Ajayi, Isaac Success, Kelechi Nwakala, Chidiebere Nwakali, Victor Osimhen … and recently the 18-year-old Villarreal wingman Samuel Chukwueze is planning for Rohr & # 39; s after the World Cup.
Ogu, a 30-year-old Nigeria representative, speaking from Twitter on the side, talked about the future of the three African masters.
"Speaking now as a Super Eagles fan, we're really blessed that we now have talents in the band and those that will appear in the future, their young boys are just the future," Ogu wrote.
Speaking now as a fan of Super Eagles. We are truly blessed that we now have talents in the team and those that will appear in the future. Young boys come in, it's only THE FUTURE !! ?????????
– John Ogu (@ogujohnugo) November 13, 2018
Ogu is part of a recent 23-man team that aims to win Nigeria a victory over South Africa on Saturday so that the Afcon final in Cameroon will be the leaders of the E group next year.
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On November 20, Super Eagles will face Uganda, leading a friendly clash at Stephen Keshi stadium in Asaba.
The versatile midfielder, who won the international prize in 2013 and won 19 hands, was part of the 22-man team that started preparing preparations for Asabi on Tuesday.