U-20 AFCON Friendly matches key to adequate preparation — Flying Eagles boss, Bosso. The Flying Eagles’ head coach, Ladan Bosso, has said that the caliber of the opposition in friendly matches is not now significant.
The 2023 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations is being prepared as the WAFU B champions are in camp.
Since they set up camp in Abuja last week, Bosso’s team has won all four of their friendlies against non-league opponents.
The Flying Eagles only let up one goal while scoring 25.
Many have questioned the caliber of the opponent, but Bosso stressed that right now, the most crucial thing is getting his squad ready for the challenge ahead.
The most important thing is that we are preparing for a tournament and it’s about (amount of) matches, according to Bosso, who was reported by BSN Sports as saying, “I have arranged for friendly matches before we start camping. Forget the team and level of players they are playing against.
From the teams we’ve played against, I’ve chosen one or two guys who must join the team by Monday.
Egypt will host the 2023 U-20 AFCON from February 18 to March 12.