Check out “Eagles’ Match Against Angola Is Not A Walkover, Says Udeze.”The Super Eagles’ AFCON 2023 quarterfinal matchup with Angola would be tough. according to former Nigerian international Ifeanyi Udeze. The Eagles and Angola will play their first AFCON match on Friday, February 2.

Angola thrashed Namibia 3-0 in the round of 16, while the Jose Peseiro team defeated Cameroon 2-0 to go to this stage. Udeze gave an explanation of why the Eagles would not find the game against Angola East prior to Friday’s tie.

“Angola is not a walkover given they have proved what they can achieve in this competition,” the former left-back said on Brila FM.”Angola usually gives it their all when they play Nigeria, at least in my experience playing against them.

“The Eagles ought to approach the match against Angola in the same manner that they did against Cameroon.” In the meantime, South Africa upset one of the favorites for this year’s AFCON, Morocco’s Atlas Lions, 2-0.

Eagles' Match Against Angola Is Not A Walkover, Says Udeze - Complete Sports
Eagles’ Match Against Angola Is Not A Walkover, Says Udeze – Complete Sports

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The manager of Brentford, Thomas Frank, has declared that he would not rule out the possibility of any additional players arriving at the Gtech Community Stadium. He has stated that he will not rule out the idea.

The Bees have already secured permanent contracts for midfielder Yunus Emre Konak and goalkeeper Hakon Valdimarsson. They have also been successful in acquiring the services of Sergio Reguilon, a left-back who is now on loan from Tottenham.

Before Thursday’s transfer deadline, Frank said, “It could be hard, but we have been working on players who could also be possible in the summer as well.”Sometimes our first attempts fail, therefore we have to try again.

Being Sincere Brentford boss Thomas
Being sincere, Brentford boss Thomas

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Everton expects to hear the decision of their appeal against the ten-point punishment for Premier League spending violations by mid-February, according to Complete Sports.Wednesday marks the start of an independent punishment hearing.

Premier League Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR) allow for a maximum loss of £19.5 million, which Everton exceeded by £19.5 million over the course of three years, resulting in their November fine.

The Toffees’ primary defense in their appeal will be that they lacked a competitive advantage and that interest payments on loans they took out to build their new stadium were the reason behind their excessive spending.

Everton hopes that a second accusation of violating PSR regulations that they were handed earlier this month will be dropped if their appeal is successful.

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