EAGLES DON’T NEED GRADE 'A' FRIENDLIES – RUFAI

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"It would be better to play smaller teams, so Keshi can tinker properly with his team as he makes preparations for this summer's World Cup" according to former Super Eagles first choice goalkeeper, Peter Rufai. He stated that Stephen Keshi’s boys do not need to face top teams, as they prepare for this summer World Cup in Brazil. 

“Friendly matches are used for a lot of things. Friendly matches don’t need to be with a very tough team before you know how to organise your team". He believes this allows the coach study how to pair his key players or to judge the performances of certain players in specific conditions. Rufai, represented Nigeria at the 1994 and 1998 World Cups. Do you agree with him? 

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