Frank Onyeka expresses confidence in Nigeria’s abundance of football talent, suggesting that other nations fear the prowess of the Super Eagles as they aim for their first Africa Cup of Nations triumph since 2013. With star players like Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, Victor Boniface, and Taiwo Awoniyi shining in European leagues, expectations are high for success in the upcoming tournament, beginning January 9. Onyeka emphasizes the team’s strength, highlighting their potential to clinch victory. Despite the pressure from Nigeria’s passionate football culture and past setbacks, Onyeka sees it as motivation, acknowledging the nation’s 200 million people’s expectations. Affectionately known as “Frank the Tank,” Onyeka, a Brentford midfielder, reflects on his journey from playing in the streets of Benin City to scoring his first national goal and becoming a regular in the Premier League. He remains proud and motivated to make his country proud on the international stage.
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