Super Eagles boss Gernot Rohr says he is depending on his scouts led by Victor Agali to give him the lowdown on Croatian national team against the World Cup.
Nigeria’s first World Cup rivals have been snooping around for data about the three-time African champs, with head mentor Zlatko Dalić sending his trusted scout Ognjen Vukojević to watch the Super Eagles pre-World Cup friendlies against Poland and Serbia in March.
”I cannot request that anybody in Croatia get some answers concerning the national team, that is outlandish,” Rohr revealed to Sportske Novosti.
”All things considered, I likewise have great individuals in Nigeria and wise scouts that will present to me all the data I require. I don’t stress that something will remain a mystery.”
The Super Eagles have reached the last sixteen three times in past World Cup competitions, the last of which was in 2014 in Brazil, and the fans are anticipating that the squad should reach the last eight in this World Cup.
”There must be some weight in all that you do throughout everyday life. It’s critical not to be too enormous or too little, but rather it’s great that it exists.
”We are unassuming and positive about ourselves, we do whatever it takes not to put an additional weight on our back,” Rohr added.