Stanley Eguma is unsure of his choice of personnel and tactics for Sunday’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clash with Warri Wolves.
The Rivers United technical manager masterminded a stunning 3-1 success over the NPFL leaders, Enugu Rangers in Port Harcourt with a depleted frontline.
Guy Kuemian, Wilson Andoh and the club’s top scorer, Chinonso Okonkwo all missed out on the win against the Flying Antelopes forcing Eguma to make drastic changes to his tactics and personnel.
The experienced trainer jettisoned his usual 4-4-2 formation and went for a 4-3-2-1 formation with right back, Chigozie Ihunda drafted in at the tipoff the spear.
It culminated in United’s most devastating performance of the season as three goals inside the opening 45 minutes left the Flying Antelopes shell-shocked.
“I still have not decided on what I will do on Sunday as far as the eleven who will start and the tactics we will adopt against Warri Wolves is concerned.
“I now have a good headache but I will wait until our last training session before I make any decision,” he remarked to RIVERS UNITED MEDIA.
He then took the time to look ahead to Sunday’s game against Wolves, a side that finished in second place in the NPFL last season.
“We go to Warri for a big game with the objective of securing all three points at stake.
“We have been getting the points at home but it is now time for us to start getting the points away from home.
“It is important to stay at the top half of the table but to do that, we must pick up something in Warri,” he said.