Saturday, 8 October 2016

Ex-Super Eagles player Pastor Taribo West warns Super eagle ahead of WC qualifier, says 'Zambians are very crafty'

Former Super Eagles player, a clergy Taribo West has warned the Super Eagles against the Zambian team as they prepare to meet in the first leg of Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier on Sunday.
The former Inter Milan player who once accused of using charms in playing during his football career said Zambia led by coach Wedson Nyirenda are a tricky side, that, super eagle must not look dawn on the team and must be at their best to get a good result from the match.

"That Zambian team is a very crafty team. I watch their last match, it is a team you can't predict. They have very good players that are intelligent upfront," he told Complete Sports.

"The last match Nigeria play was against Tanzania, If they can be consistent with that kind of spirit, they will go to Zambia and comeback with a winning."
"With players like Mikel and Musa, it is a very big advantage on our side. With them we should be able to do well,” he said.

"What always bothered me is when it comes to the Nigeria team it is the consistency of their team spirit.

"In the Nigerian team we don't have that consistent spirit which they can use in every match. It is very important to have such spirit on a regular basis, especially when facing team like Zambia." 

Taribo West now pastoring at 'Shelter in The Storm Miracle Ministries' a church based in Lagos.