Jose Peserio the new Super Eagles head coach has said he will set the Super Eagles up to unsettle their opponents.
The Portugues who was in charge of his first-ever game as the Super Eagles head coach when Nigeria suffered a 2-1 loss to Mexico in Dallas has revealed his tactical plans.
While answering questions after the game against Mexico, Peseiro revealed that he loves his team to play attacking football, score, and pressure the opponents.
“My philosophy as a coach is to play attacking football,” Peseiro after the game against Mexico.
“I love my team to score and pressure the opponent, this is the best way to unsettle your opponent and win games.
“That is how we played in the second half against Mexico.
“And we will work more ahead of the Ecuador game.”
Nigeria will get to see the tactician and the Super Eagles again when they file out against Ecuador in a friendly match on Thursday evening.
And during the next month’s AFCON 2023 qualifying matches against Sierra Leone and Mauritius.
It was Feyenoord striker Cyriel Dessers who scored the first goal of the Jose Peseiro Super Eagles era.