No one is guaranteed a place in the Super Eagles team at the World Cup, a top official has revealed to Futbalgalore.com.
Futbalgalore.com reports that Coach Gernot Rohr as suggesting there will be a number of changes for the Eagles’ next outing, against Iceland on Friday.
The depression brought on by the 2-0 defeat against the Croats is wearing off and the chance to put the result right is welcomed by the players.
“Everyone gets better as the hours pass,” a top official of the Super Eagles said.
“We want to win our next two games. It won’t be easy but it’s possible. We’re preparing well and making sure the players aren’t down. We have to enjoy it.
“Everyone feels that we can get out of this situation. If there are changes it’s not a knock on anyone.
“We will do what is best for the team. Nobody should be alarmed by the changes we make. The team comes before the system.
“There might be two or three changes. This is the situation we’re in and we can manage it. We’re flexible but we can keep some things.
“We have a squad of 23 and they’re all in good condition.
“We were down but there’s no problem with desire. That’s football. We have to come back and we have the opportunity.”
The official added that the criticism levied against Rohr and the team’s way has not bothered him.
“The gaffer don’t get angry these days. Everyone has an opinion and there’s a lot,” he went on.
“If we can’t win it’s because they’re better, and if we lose we’ll be sporting.”