Head coach of Ifeanyi Ubah FC Mitko Dobrev believes his men will dominate the country’s national team in the next three years following goalkeeper Chidiebere Eze’s invitation to the Super Eagles.
The Anambra Warriors goalkeeper Eze was handed his first national team call-up for Super Eagles’ friendlies against Uganda and South Africa, an invitation Mitchiko described as ‘well deserved’.
“Eze (Chidiebere) has a good prospect for the national team. He’s been working ward in training and impressive for us. I now have a second thought that we will soon take over the national team as soon as everything in two to three months is in place here,” Mitchiko told Goal.
“Money is not our problem as a new stadium and many other new facilities are all been provided for us. Our new sponsor Capital Oil is really living up to his words with our good management. I believe in the next two years Ifeanyi Ubah to be ranked among the best two in Nigeria.”
On his side’s impressive start to their top-flight return, the Bulgarian credited to clear-cut tactics, relentless efforts of his midfielders and team’s determination to win.
“I’m happy because our formation against Rangers helped us to earn victory which came from the midfield. We gave a very good fight in the midfield and I’m very happy that for tactics my team played perfect.
“My team plays every match for victory because every game I change the match tactics as you know this is a young team that have no experience of premier league.
“But I speak to them that you boys you have good skills and after two to three months everyone watched the team have new face,” the former Heartland gaffer continued.
“Recruitment of players is still open – maybe two or three big players will help us contend among the best teams in Nigeria. No secret, everyone is training good, playing for tactics very concrete and no problem at all in the team.
“For me, my targets are to clinch a continental ticket and win the Challenge Cup (Federation) and hope to replicate my success at Heartland as two-time champions of Nigeria,” he concluded.