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2022 WCQ: Liberia To Host Super Eagles In Morocco

2022 WCQ: Liberia To Host Super Eagles In Morocco

The Lone Stars Liberia will host the Super Eagles of Nigeria in Tangier, Morocco in a 2022 FIFA World Cup World Cup qualifier next month, reports Completesports.com.

The encounter is billed for Thursday, November 11.

The Lone Star have played their home games in the World Cup qualifiers in Accra, Ghana following a ban on their home ground Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium, Monrovia by the Confederation of African Football.

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Tangier , Morocco has now officially been confirmed as the venue for the matchday five encounter.

The Super Eagles defeated Liberia 2-0 on matchday one at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

Nigeria top Group C with nine points, while Cape Verde are second on seven points.

Liberia are bottom of the standings with three points with Central African republic third having recorded four points.

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  • Kunle 3 years ago

    Morroco is better than Accra because if Ghanaians even see Nigerian corpse they would curse it

    • Footballfanatic 3 years ago


    • Chima E Samuels 3 years ago

      Whose fault is it? When most villagers from Nigeria park their belongings to Ghana seeking for greener pastures, they behave so cheaply and cowardly to justify the corruption tag placed on us. That aside any purposeful Nigerian residing in Ghana should live a low key life if they must be successful because most Ghanaians are naturally jealous of ones progress. I lived in Ghana for 10years and trust me I know the experience is yet to change judging from the gists I get from few peeps I worked with back then.

      To the main subject Liberia means business that is why they changed their venue, cos Ghana has a lot of Nigerian population compared to them Liberia. So it will be like an away in disguise for them. Eagles must be ready and take note of this Liberian motive.

      • There’s no more business for Liberia as per qualifiers. Can Liberia qualify again?

        • Footballfanatic 3 years ago

          If they win their last 2 matches and either Nigeria or Capeverde lose

  • Ndubest 3 years ago

    Goodnews at least we are assured of a good playing pitch not a horse race pitches we have in Africa. Second reason is the football rivalry between Ghana and Nigeria. Ghanian rejoices when nigeria loses matches and still calls us super chicken till tomorrow though the match is not theirs but their fans may be hostile to us. Lets go to Morocco and teach liberia some football lessons.

  • Derrick 3 years ago

    Its good for super eagles because they will play on a good pitch

  • Bobby 3 years ago

    That’s a great news for us. Liberia would fall like a pack of cards. The playing turf in Morocco would be good, compared with Ghana.

    • Bobby 3 years ago

      Who are you to use my name for your comment about Nigeria? South Africa will qualify not Nigeria.

  • thursday not good for our players because need to blend for one more day ,why not friday,because when we played cental republic of afirca at home we look like we are still traininig .

  • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

    This idea of playing our qualifiers on a thursday……is it not counter productive…? What’s the rush for heaven’s sake…?

    We only get a full house most times on a Tuesday…? So we have just 1 serious training with the entire squad, after over a month away, before taking onto the pitch…? Plus the fact that there are possibly going to be new faces in the team.

    The international break lasts till Wednesday of the next week…? Why the rush…? Is someone trying to conserve money for hotel bills for the extra days and extra training sessions the SE really need…???

    What stops us from having 3 days full house training, play on a Saturday, train for another 3 days (possibly twice a day) and play again on a Wednesday?

    Are we intentionally taking our opponents (some of who camp for upwards of a week to two) for granted or what…?

  • onyeagoro Johnson Chima 3 years ago

    Please note that the date was not fixed by Nigeria.

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