Former Super Eagles midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju, has said he expects the Super Eagles to perform well at the forthcoming 2014 World Cup.
Adepoju told NAN as the players round off the season at their clubs, it would be good to kick-start rigorous preparations for the tournament.
He said that it was possible to perform well in the 2014 World Cup and exceed the expectations of the fans if preparations could start early.
“With the caliber of players we have in the squad, I believe we can do very well. It is achievable, if we put in necessary work from now.
“The players should listen to the coach and follow his orders because I know Stephen Keshi knows what to do,” he said.
The ex-international also said that anything was achievable guaranteed good and proper training was adopted.
“Now that the players are rounding off from their different clubs, I hope preparations will kick off in earnest,” Adepoju said.
Adepoju, then asked for the support of Nigerians to see the team through the competition and hoped for the best.
Nigeria is in Group F along with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Argentina and Iran and the Eagles will take on Iran in their first match on June 19.
Source: PM News