Newly appointed Super Eagles assistant coach, Joseph Yobo says that home-based players must to prove they are equal to the task anytime they get invited to play for the Super Eagles.
Speaking on a radio program monitored on Friday morning on Brila FM, Yobo said he believed there are good talents plying their trade in the Nigerian Professional Football League but such players need to take their chances and not be timid when they get called up to the national team.
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“We have good players in the local league but they must change their mentality when they are to the national camp because it is different,” begins the former Everton star who captained Nigeria to win the 2013 AFCON in South Africa.
“When they get the…
Source: Complete Sports