Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, says his boys are ready to battle the Taifas Stars of Tanzania, saying he expects surprises on Saturday from the Tanzanians whose style of play he describes as “aggressive.”
“We have watched the video of Tanzania. They are a very aggressive team,” Oliseh told africanFootball.com.
“We might get some surprises during the game and we expect anything from the side going by what we have seen in the tapes.”
Tanzania trained in Turkey preparatory to African Nations Cup qualifier and the team will line up players from the country’s league with a sprinkling of foreign-based strikers led by the TP Mazembe pair of Thomas Ulimwengu and Mbwana Samata.
This will also be Oliseh’s first match in charge of the three-time African champions and despite the huge expectations on his shoulders, the former Nigeria skipper said there would be only three outcomes on Saturday in Dar es Salaam.
“There are three things that can happen in a game – we win, we draw or we lose,” he said.
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