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    Nigeria: determined to qualify for 2023 FIFA U17 World Cup with upcoming match against Burkina Faso being crucial

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    Abuja, Nigeria – (African Boulevard News) – Nigeria’s U17 team is gearing up for a tough encounter against Burkina Faso in their final group game of the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations U17 tournament. Nigeria’s coach, Nduka Ugbade, has revealed that his team is driven by the ambition to qualify for the 2023 FIFA U17 World Cup.

    In a pre-match conference, Ugbade expressed his confidence in his team, saying, “Burkina Faso is a very difficult opponent, but we are focused on our goal to qualify for the World Cup. We have a lot of talented players, and we are confident that we can get a result against them.”

    Nigeria is currently sitting second in Group B, behind the Ivory Coast, and a win against Burkina Faso will secure their place in the semi-finals of the tournament. Ugbade’s team has had a mixed tournament so far, with a loss to the Ivory Coast in their opening game, followed by a resounding 4-0 victory against Zambia.

    The Nigerian coach has been working hard to prepare his team for the upcoming game, stating that they have been analyzing Burkina Faso’s strengths and weaknesses, and developing a game plan that will exploit their opponent’s weaknesses.

    “We have been studying Burkina Faso’s playing style and have identified areas where we can take advantage of them,” Ugbade said. “We have been working on our attacking game, and I believe we are ready to take them on.”

    The Nigerian team has a rich history in international youth football, having won the FIFA U17 World Cup a record five times. Ugbade believes that this experience will give his team an edge over their opponents.

    “We have a lot of experience in this kind of tournament, and we know what it takes to win,” he said. “Our players are hungry for success, and I have no doubt that they will give their all to qualify for the World Cup.”

    In conclusion, Nigeria’s U17 team is determined to qualify for the 2023 FIFA U17 World Cup, and Coach Nduka Ugbade is confident in his team’s ability to overcome Burkina Faso. The upcoming game is sure to be a difficult one, but Nigeria’s players are ready to take on the challenge and secure their place in the semi-finals of the TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations U17 tournament.

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