Ahead of the 2019/20 football season in Switzerland, SC Kriens goalkeeper Sebastian Osigwe has declared his readiness for the new campaign and hailed the Super Eagles for a bronze-winning performance at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
SC Kriens will play their first game at home against Vaduz this weekend and the 24-year-old is expected to be in goal following an outstanding pre-season which included matches against highly rated Basel and Young Boys.
In a chat with SportingLife from his base in Switzerland, the goalkeeper said: “I am looking forward to a very good season and I hope we can qualify to the Super League. We’ve had a great preseason and I believe we’re ready for the season.”
Sebastian went on to praise the Super Eagles for winning bronze at the 32nd edition of AFCON and reiterated his desire to play for the Super Eagles in the nearest future.
“I’m very proud of the team seeing how they performed in the tournament. I was hoping they would win the tournament but getting the bronze medal is still a good result.
“My motto in life is “Live Ready” and I’m still looking forward to a call-up from the national team as I have always said I will love to contribute my own quota to the team and win titles with the team.”