Finidi George Vows to Lead Super Eagles to 2026 World Cup, Seeks Support from Nigerians

Finidi George

Super Eagles head coach, Finidi George, emphasized the importance of the Super Eagles qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

Finidi is determined to do everything in his power to ensure that the Super Eagles don’t miss out on the tournament for the second time in a row.

It’s worth noting that the Super Eagles failed to qualify for the last World Cup, which took place in Qatar.

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The three-time African champions face a challenging road ahead, especially after drawing their opening two qualifiers against Lesotho and Zimbabwe.

Their upcoming matches in the qualifiers are against South Africa and Benin, where they need strong performances to keep their World Cup hopes alive.

Finidi urged for prayers and support from all Nigerians to help the team succeed.

“The World Cup qualification matches against South Africa and Benin Republic is a collective responsibility for all Nigerians.

“I know I am in charge now and the heavy responsibility is on me to win the two world cup matches,” Finidi told reporters during his visit to Nigeria Football Federation’s office in Abuja.

“I will do my best to ensure success and qualify for the World Cup. I am also in touch with the players and they are ready and willing to give their all having missed out in the last edition held in Qatar.

“In terms of having knowledge of our opponents, I have been following them.

“The world today is a global village, one can monitor anything in the comfort of his/ her sitting room.

“We need prayers and support from everybody, this is our own, we can do it and do it well. I watch our players weekly as they play in their various clubs.

“Honestly my target is to win the two matches and not to be judged with the two international friendly games played.”

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