27 June 2017

Nigeria/Cameroon: Eagles Video Analyst Completes Spying Mission On Cameroon

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Super Eagles' Michael Obi and Indomitable Lions' Benjamin Moukandjo (file photo).

The video analyst of the Super Eagles Nabil Trabelsi has completed his mission in Russia at the Confederations Cup where he spied on Cameroon, Nigeria's next opponent in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Nabil was appointed by coach Gernot Rohr as one of his assistants but specifically to study opponents using videos of past games of the opponents of the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

Already he has sent some of the clips to top chieftains of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the team's Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr, who left the spying job for Nabil.

Cameroon played three games at the Confederations Cup failing to win any of their three games as they crashed out in the group stage with losses against Chile and Germany leaving them with just one point, picked up from the 1-1 draw against Australia.

The Indomitable Lions struggled to score goals at the tournament with coach Hugo Broos confessing that his side need to solve their goal scoring issues before facing Nigeria in back to back games in August and September in the World Cup 2018 Qualifiers .

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