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Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Gernot Rohr reveals why he thinks Super Eagles can?t win 2022 World Cup The Super Eagles head coach, Gernot Rohr has explained why he thinks Nigeria cannot win the World Cup. The Franco-German tactician says Nigeria's chances of winning the World Cup is slim due to the crop of players he has. The Super Eagles' best outings at the global tournaments were in 1994, 1998 and 2002, when they reached the Round of 16. Rohr led Nigeria to their sixth appearance at the 2018 edition in Russia, where they crashed out at the group stage. “We are not ready to win the World Cup, for several reasons,” Rohr told NewsCentral. “France is the champions at the moment, where they are playing? They are playing in PSG, Bayern Munich. Four of them are world champions at their clubs also “So when you have so many of your players from your countries playing in the best clubs, so the probability that you also have one of the best teams in the world is very big. “So what we have in Nigeria for example, we have our players in Fulham, in West Bromwich. It’s not Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester United or Barcelona. But the other ones have their players there. So it would be a miracle if we actually win the World Cup.” Rohr also revealed newly invited players did not get a chance to feature in the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Sierra Leone in November because the games were competitive even though he handed debuts to Frank Onyeka and Kevin Akpoguma, who switched his allegiance from Germany to Nigeria. "We tried in the last few friendlies and even the international games in Benin City and in Freetown, we had some new players," he continued. "We had some players who decided to come with us, leaving, for example, Germany U20, U23 like Akpoguma who decided to come with us, it is fantastic "But they need the time to come in and it's not easy in a few training sessions only to find exactly the right way to play with the team, it's easier for the other ones who were with us in the World Cup and played with us in the Afcon. "We have to try to invite better players, friendlies are good for that to see them. When they are friendlies it is not for the result we are playing, we want to see new faces. "We tried new goalkeepers, new wingers, new defenders and the midfielder from Midtjylland Onyeka, the Austrian goalkeeper. "We saw a lot of players in the friendlies but they are not enough, we only have two since one year. When you have games that you need results it is not the best moment for the players and for the team to invite new ones.''

 

Singer Vusi Nova denies having a romantic affair with media personality, Somizi

South African singer, Vusi Nova has denied having a romantic affair with media personality, Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung after they jetted off on a “business and pleasure” bestie vacation in Cape Town.

 

This came after Somizi and his husband, Mohale admitted in an interview on True Love Magazine that they were going through a rocky patch. In the interview earlier this month, the couple said that even though they may have troubles, this was normal for all married couples.

 

However after Somizi and Vuzi's Cape Town getaway which screamed of luxury and leisure, rumours of them having an affair began swirling. Not only was Somizi rocking his Rich Mnisi and Louis Vuitton, but the pair were super comfortable as they flew in a private jet where they were served bubbles and given the best food.

 

They were also spotted in Limpopo where they served envy-inducing snaps from their delicious breakfast in the bush, the luxurious Kruger Shalati Train ride on the Bridge, game drives, a threesome pyjama party, to dips in the infinity pool.

 

In the latest episode of What’s Your Poison?, a podcast hosted by seasoned broadcaster Jon Savage, Vusi got candid about his life, his struggle with drugs and his relationship with Somizi. 

 

He said; 

 

“I have known Somizi for 16 years. I met him before I even got into the music industry. He’s so real and supportive. 

“People out there are saying that we are dating but we’re not dating. We have mutual respect for each other and we trust each other a lot ... With us, it’s realness all the way. It’s been 16 years now and we’re still going strong.”

 

Vusi admitted he trusted Somizi with his life and that he treasured their friendship and therefore found it important to nurture it.


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