Former Super Eagles manager, Christian Chukwu, has charged the side to avoid complacency against the Zambian opponents, Chipolopolo in the Fifa 2018 World Cup qualifying clash.
Eagles are guests of the Southern African foes in today’s group opening World Cup clash at the 49, 800 seats Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
Chukwu said any national team with majority of their players from the domestic sides is usually dangerous and difficult.
“Zambia is football playing nation and good side both at club and national level they have always proven themselves in every championship.
“They are the least side any opponent will want to treat with levity or underrate without regretting the action at the end of the day.
“Bulk of their players is home based, they understand themselves quite well and that makes them dangerous.
“However, with the quality of players and coaches on the Nigerian side we should be able to get a decent result from the encounter.
“We should not fear them but accord the side their due respect I do not think they will pose too much problem.
“It will be great and huge morale boost for us to start the campaign on a winning note which will help qualification.
“Every nation wants to go to the World Cup so the watchword is 100% concentration and never underrate the opponents,” said the former Nigerian strongman to supersport.com.
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