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A Calabar attack awaits Ethiopia

23 October 2013, 12:37

Calabar -  Nigeria’s Super Eagles will qualify for the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil even if they lose 0-1 to Ethiopia’s Walia Antelopes in the second leg of their playoff tie on November 16.

Nigeria’s 2-1 win in the first leg in Addis Ababa on October 13 puts the African champions in the box seat ahead of the return fixture in Calabar but head coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi has dispelled fears that his players will sit on their lead.

Keshi insists the Super Eagles will “play our normal game” and attack the Ethiopians at the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar. 

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