Leadership (Abuja)

8 February 2013

Nigeria: Moses, Emenike Injury Not Bad - Keshi

Super Eagles Coach Stephen Keshi has dispelled fears that Eagles duo of Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike will not feature in the finals due to injuries. He said Nigerians should not to be disturbed over the fate of Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike, who picked up knocks in the semi-final clash against Mali at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Wednesday evening.

According to Keshi, the injuries sustained by the Eagles attacking pair are not serious. He assured that the medial team is working hard to ensure that the two players feature for Nigeria in the final against Burkina Faso on Sunday.

"The medical team here is working round the clock to ensure that they will be ready for the final on Sunday and they will advise us on what to do at the appropriate time", he said.

NFF President Aminu Maigari said the federation will mobilize Nigerians in South Africa to back the team to glory in Sunday's final urging the team not to rest on its oars until the trophy is won.

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