Rohr reveals Super Eagles target against Cameroon
The German tactician is confident his team will approach their meeting against the Indomitable Lions with the determination to win.
Nigeria national team coach Gernot Rohr assured his team’s willingness to deliver a good performance against Cameroon on Friday.
The three-time African champions will face the Indomitable Lions in a double in Austria with the second game scheduled for June 8.
The matches were staged as part of the Super Eagles’ preparation for the World Cup qualifiers against Liberia and the Cape Verde Islands in August and September respectively.
Rohr is happy with the weather conditions in Austria and has revealed his team’s goal against the Indomitable Lions.
“We are far from Nigeria, a lot of players were already in Nigeria, had to come back to Europe for this game and so we could not play in Nigeria unfortunately, but we have good conditions here and yes the players are willing do, “Rohr told the Super Eagles media team.
“They want to have a good game to test themselves, the season is over. It has been a long year with the pandemic, not easy with a lot of restrictions and so we are happy to have a game here in good conditions.”
The German tactician also expressed his satisfaction with the Super Eagles training sessions and revealed his side are well motivated against Cameroon.
“We have Cameroon, they are one of the best teams in Africa. The last three games against Cameroon we have excluded them from the World Cup and the African Cup of Nations, so they want to avenge but we also want to win the game – to test some players, ”he continued.
“A lot of players are not there, you know them, more than eleven players could not come but it is the opportunity to see other players, to give them the chance to play and to get the result I hope.
“It will be two games, this is the first leg, that’s why we have to do well with a good organization. We now have possibilities, 4-4-3, 4-4-2 or 4-2-3- 1
“The players are motivated, they want to do well. They had two training sessions, they are already happy to meet again, the last time was at the end of March when we had two victories against Benin and Lesotho.
“Now we have the last preparation in June, the CAN draw at the end of June, then September, October, November the World Cup qualifiers so this is the last preparatory match for the World Cup. Very, Very important.
“All the players who are here want to do well and show the best, to be in the 23-man squad for the World Cup.”