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Poseiro has no business coaching the Super Eagles, Terrible pitch …Fans react after Super Eagles’ loss to Guinea-Bissau (See reactions)

Poseiro has no business coaching the Super Eagles, Terrible pitch …Fans react after Super Eagles' loss to Guinea-Bissau (See reactions) 2

By Toju Sote

Guinea-Bissau obtained all three points against Nigeria in their 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifing match

The Djurtus beat Nigeria 1-0 on Friday, March 24 at the Moshood Abiola Stadium.


Balde scored the lone goal of the game for Guinea-Bissau in the 29th minute of the game.

Fans reacted to the match on Twitter.

“Graham Potter is the manager of my Club, Jose Peseiro is the coach of my country,” lawal RA Tweeted


“A front 3 of Osimhen, Lookman, Chukwueze, we go spell Guinea, maybe Bissau” On top this Abuja Pitch? Una forget say una coach be Jose Peseiro,” Tweet Inspector posted

“Imagine a Chelsea Nigerian fan with Peseiro as coach and and Potter as club coach,” Lanre Raul Tweeted

“JOSE PESEIRO shouldn’t have been SUPER EAGLES COACH in the first place. I’m not surprise with his run of results with the @NGSuperEagles so far,” United! Tweeted


“Well, Graham Potter for my club and Jose Peseiro is the coach of my Country,” Seyi not Makinde Tweeted

“You sure say Jose Peseiro no learn coaching work under Graham Potter,” Preshy Tweeted

“Basically the same side but two different coaches in Eguavoen and Peseiro,” Dez Tweeted


“Jose Peseiro as Super Eagles coach

8 games
2 wins
6 losses

The narrative would have been different if it was home based coach,” ADAHUNSE Tweeted


“Knew it wasn’t going to end well. Rohr had his bad side but he’s conveniently a better coach than this Portuguese Equavoen,” KPD Tweeted

“Is this man even a coach. I can do a better just than this mf jose peseiro,” Ibeks Tweeted

The second leg will take place on Monday, March 27 at the Estadio 24 de Setembro.


The 2023 AFCON will be held in Ivory Coast between January and February 2024.

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