Following the Golden Eaglets’ exit from the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations in Algeria in the quarter-final round and failure to qualify for the U-17 World Cup, many believe the best way to go will be to fire the head Coach, Nduka Ugbade.
Senegal survived a heart-wrenching penalty shoot-out to beat Burkina Faso 5-4 to make their first ever TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations final.
Senegal is the only team in the competition that has not conceded a goal or lost any game. Despite the weight of expectation slowly piling on their shoulders, Senegal’s head coach Saliou Dia says the team is under
Africa’s four representatives at the 2023 FIFA U17 World Cup are known following the conclusion of the quarter-final matches at the TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) on Thursday night.
Senegal have booked Africa’s first ticket to the FIFA World Cup after running riot to beat south Africa 5-0 in the quarter final of the TotalEnergies U17 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Algiers on Wednesday evening.
The last time the U-17 African Cup of Nations trophy came home to Nigeria was 16 years ago, in 2007, when the Eaglets scored after extra time to beat Togo.
The coach of the Golden Eaglets, Nduka Ugbade, has mentioned what his side have to improve on as they face the threat of elimination from the group stage of the Under 17 African Cup of Nations(U-17 AFCON)