The home-based Eagles friendly game with Mexico is billed to hold at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, on July 4.
Rohr is determined to achieve some goals with the opportunity.
“The match against Mexico is for home-based players because our main Super Eagles players are not free to come, they are in their clubs for pre-season ahead of a new season,” Rohr said.
“This is a team from Nigeria, the best local players, some of them are already in our A-team. The goalkeeper from Enyimba and a winger, plus Ezenwa who is an experienced hand have been capped previously.
“This is a team for CHAN, it is good preparation for them. It will be difficult to get a result because Mexico is a very wonderful team. They’ll go there to learn and I will watch and see if I can get other players for the Super Eagles A team,” Rohr told stated.
Rohr continued: “You cannot play against Mexico and say you will win it with these home-based players. It is not our A team and it will not count for FIFA rankings. The most important thing is not the results but to test the players discover new players and evolve new tactics.”
Rohr said that the team will be coached by the duo of Austin Eguavoen who is the technical director at the Nigeria Football Federation with his deputy Paul Aigbogun, and that he would be there to watch the players they selected and see if he can pick some of them for the A-team.
“Though I am not the coach of the CHAN Eagles, I think the players selected for this game stand a good chance of making the CHAN squad. Eguavoen and his assistants picked the team with the aid of Salisu Yusuf, Imama, and other top coaches from the domestic league It will be interesting to see these players perform,” Rohr concluded.