I'll rely on young players for World Cup, says Rohr

John Obi Mikel

The 67-year-old French tactician popularly called "Baba Ijebu or The Professor" in Nigeria who is the reason most Nigerian Gunners support the London club in a video released by Arsenal media congratulated the "very very very many many many many many" Arsenal supporters in Nigeria before tipping the Super Eagles to have a good outing in Russian Federation.

Amiesimaka told the News Agency of Nigeria that the players had shown commitment to the task ahead.

"I think we are privilege to have youthful, relatively youthful, skilful and committed players. I'm super proud", Ogu wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.

"We should not forget that our young players did it all and I will not want to take them out of the team because some older players now want to come back".

Zambia's chances of making a maiden appearance at a World Cup final disappeared after they lost 0-1 to Nigeria, with Botswana referee Joshua Bondo disallowing a goal scored by Zambia in the 22 minute for offside.

"And from what I have seen so far, they can hold their own and it's important, and I'm very impressed that they are all very young".

"He is fast and I hope he will not get injured before the World Cup in Russian Federation".

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