The Pirates of Seychelles are out of contention for a place in the AFCON billed for Egypt but will hope to add to their tally of one from five games having lost four games and drawn one.
“Playing the Super Eagles will be tough because we are they are the Big boys and we are the small boys but even small birds can fly,” Jeanne said in his pre-match conference.
The reverse fixture of this tie ended 3-0 in favour of the Super Eagles at the Linite stadium.
On the development of football in Seychelles, Jeanne said: “We are starting over now. We know football in Seychelles is not at a good point at the moment We are starting over again and maybe in the next 15 years to 20 years we will see the difference.”
By Johnny Edward.
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