Flying Eagles coach Ladan Bosso has ensured that the country will regain the winning track in age group soccer after the country’s under-20s and under-17s struggle to keep up with their West African counterparts. He then praised the NFF’s decision to build on the positives after the Flying Eagles crashed in the AFCON U20 WAFU B Qualifiers in Benin, falling from both next year’s AFCON U20 in Mauritania and the U20 World Cup. In Indonesia. the FA from any fault on the ground of the Covid-19 outbreak, which according to him slowed down the preparation of his team for the competition ”. NFF did the best they could and I want to believe that we will recover in age group football in no time. ”Bosso begin. Many factors came into play; we did not start preparations due to closure. We will select the positives and move on, “he said. It will be recalled that the country’s soccer governing body is upset that Nigeria is rapidly losing its dominance in its age soccer after the Golden Eaglets mentored by coach Fatai Amoo also fought. in their two groups. At the current West African tournament in Togo. Facing elimination from the tournament, the Golden Eaglets hope that Ghana will defeat Côte d’Ivoire and help Nigeria advance to the semi-finals after picking a point out of six possible .