Published: August 27, 2012
ODUAMADI WISHES EAGLES WELL AGAINST LIBERIAAC Milan prodigy, Nnamdi Oduamadi (Robinho) has sent out words of goodwill, hope and expectations for victory to the Super Eagles, ahead of next month’s crunch Africa Cup of Nations qualifier away to Liberia.

Although the creative attacking midfielder is currently out on the sidelines, after taking surgery on a nagging injury, he has used the time out to think about the national team, and told allnigeriasoccer.com in an exclusive chat that he will keep praying for the Eagles to whip Liberia in Monrovia.

Oduamadi, who is currently on loan at Varese, after a spell in Serie B with promoted Turin-based AS Torino last season, also used the occasion of the chat to send words of appreciation to his fans for worrying about his current situation, while promising to bounce back better than ever.

''I just want to let them know that I am getting better and I’m sorry that I will be out for some months; but will bounce back soon and better.

''I want to use this opportunity to wish the Super Eagles luck in their upcoming game in Liberia,'' stated the skillful lad, who is fondly called ‘Odu’ in Italy.

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