Confederations Cup: Ideye to wear ‘special’ boots for Tahiti

The Super Eagles play against Tahiti tonight.

Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye, has displayed the customised boots he will be wearing for the game against Tahiti.

African Champions, Nigeria, will start out their campaign at 8:00 p.m. against Oceania Kings, Tahiti, at the FIFA Confederations Cup ongoing in Brazil; and Ideye is favoured for a possible starting role in the opener for Nigeria.

“Putting on my speed shoe for tonight’s game,” Ideye posted on his twitter account minutes after he had put up a picture of the trendy pair of boots.

Soccer fans will hope Ideye’s boot will get the Eagles the goals they need to emerge victorious in their first game in Brazil as tougher games against Uruguay and Spain awaits the Coach Stephen Keshi tutored side in their quest to represent Africa well at the ‘Champions Tournament’

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