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Ladan Bosso Admits Inexperience Contributed to Flying Eagles’ Defeat

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Ladan Bosso Admits Inexperience Contributed to Flying Eagles' Defeat

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The Flying Eagles suffered a disappointing defeat to the Young Pharaohs Scorpions of Gambia in the U-20 African Cup of Nations semi-final, with head coach Ladan Bosso citing inexperience as a contributing factor.

Despite dominating the match at Cairo International Stadium, the Nigerian team struggled with their accuracy and missed crucial opportunities.

The game’s turning point came when Adama Bojang capitalized on a defensive error by Flying Eagles captain Daniel Bamaiyi, earning Gambia the victory.

Although Ahmed Abdullahi had a chance to score late in the game with a penalty kick, he hit the woodwork, sealing Nigeria’s fate.

Bosso expressed disappointment after the game, citing the team’s failure to convert opportunities and labeling their loss “stupid.”

The Flying Eagles will now compete against Tunisia in Friday’s third-place match.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago

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