Francis Uzoho has been the undisputed number one goalkeeper for the Nigerian Super Eagles in recent years, and he has been a reliable presence between the posts. However, Super Eagles’ goalkeepers’ trainer, Ike Shorunmu, is still on the lookout for quality players in the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) to reinforce the team.
Shorunmu recently revealed that Uzoho remains the Super Eagles’ number one goalkeeper, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be scouting for other quality players. The Super Eagles are preparing for the upcoming African Cup of Nations qualifiers and other international competitions, and Shorunmu is determined to make sure the team is ready.
The NPFL has seen a lot of talented young players emerge over the past few years, and Shorunmu is confident that they will be able to find quality players to add to the Super Eagles’ stable. He also highlighted the importance of talent identification, and said that they have to identify the right players and give them the right environment to excel.
Shorunmu believes that with the right guidance and coaching, the NPFL players can reach the same heights as their international counterparts. He is confident that with the right guidance, the NPFL players can make a big impact for the Super Eagles.
It’s clear that the Super Eagles are in safe hands with Francis Uzoho, but Shorunmu is still determined to find new talent in the NPFL. With his experience and knowledge, he is sure to find the right players to help the team reach its goals.