Former Super Eagles striker, Peter Ijeh who is currently available for any coaching job in Nigeria has declared that his daughters Evelyn and Josephine can still represent the nation if the country is willing to give them another chance.
“Yes they are still eligible to play for Nigeria if given the opportunity, they have been here before and they know what is best for them,” the Malmo legend enthused.
Speaking exclusively to Apexmedia2020.blogspot.com Peter Ijeh said he is happy with the level of exposure given to them by the Swedish national teams.
“They are more matured and experienced now having been given needed exposure by the Swedish FA to various National teams”.
Peter ljeh, says that his daughters, Eveyln and Josephine, possess some skills similar to his and can be great in their football careers.
“They are talented and they can still play for Nigeria since they haven’t officially featured in the Swedish senior national team.
He hinted that only Evelyn was invited to the Swedish senior national team camp and may complete the switch if she makes the final list.
“I still hope my two daughters will get invited to the Super Falcons squad at the same time again” Ijeh, a former Malmo FF and IFK Gotenburg striker who played five times for the Super Eagles stated”.
The two Ijeh sisters – Evelyn a (striker) and Josephine (defender) play their club football for Swedish side, BK Hacken.
Evelyn had previously represented Sweden at the U17 and U19 levels.