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Cape Town will be 'war' - Keshi

2014-09-10 12:15
Stephen Keshi (Supplied)
Stephen Keshi (Supplied)

Cape Town - Stephen Keshi has come out fighting as Nigeria prepare to get back on track in their attempt to qualify for AFCON 2015. 

Nigeria suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Congo in their first Group A match and will look to bounce back immediately against Bafana Bafana.

According to, Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi is predicting a fierce contest.

"The South Africans are trying to build a team with young players which is a good thing.

"We also have young players. We just have to get ready for South Africa.

"History will not win the game for us. We have to win the game for ourselves and concentrate, that's all.

"It will be war," he said.

The match kicks off at 20.00.

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