The Catholic religion is also an important part of Bavarian culture.
We will ensure we win all our matches especially our home games.” Ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in June, Balogun also stated that the Super Eagles are unfazed to lock horns with coach-less South Africa and predicts a difficult fixture at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium.
“The thing is a coach guides a team, gives them idea on how to play and also presents a team that will play so it doesn't matter whether they have a coach or not, it's the players on the pitch that matters,” he continued.
He is confident that Gernot Rohr’s side can continue their winning streak in Group B with the fans' support which has been helpful. I think it is one of the reasons for our successes in recent times.
“At home we have everything under our control, we must use that to our advantage. “Uyo fans have shown so much love for the team and that has been very great.
“Cameroon is a strong team, after winning AFCON 2017 they've built up their confidence but by the time we will play them it would be six months after their win in Gabon, we must show them we want the win more than they do.
“We need to make sure we get the maximum three points to take our points’ tally to 9; that will give us a big edge over other teams including Cameroon.
“They are the ones who will perform and show their quality on the field.
Perhaps before we play them, they would have hired a coach who will still give them idea on how to play us so I think it will be an interesting game.
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