Guinea-Bissau will host the Super Eagles in Morocco in next month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matchday three encounter.
Guinea-Bissau settled for Morocco after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) failed to approve their home grounds Estadio 24 de Setembro and Estadio Lino Correia for the qualifiers.
According to reports emanating from the West African country, the Guinea Bissau Football Federation have been granted permission by their Moroccan counterpart to host their home games in country.
The Djurtus will host the Super Eagles in the first leg on Thursday, March 23.
The reverse fixture will take place at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja four days later.
Guinea-Bissau are second in Group B with four points from two games.
The Super Eagles won their opening two fixtures against Sierra Leone and Sao Tome and Principe.
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WITH THE PRESENT IMPROVEMENT OF AFRICA TEAMS, CAN SUPER EAGLE TEAM BEAT EQ.GUINEA ON A FINE PITCH IN MOROCCO WITH THEIR LACKADAISICAL ATTITUDE
If the CHICKEN LEGS were not invited.
Let’s be objective and focused for once. If what Collins called us blacks isn’t good for them we must behave like human-real humans. Let’s not jettison the subject matter to talk about what Collins called people.
WITH THE INCLUSION OF MAIN STRIKER OSIMHEN & SUPPORTING STRIKER CHUBA AKPOM ( BOTH ARE HIGHER GOALS SCORERS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE CLUBS), WE WILL GO PLACES THIS TIME AROUND.
** LET LOOKMAN-CHUKWUEZE & EJUKE-SIMON OPERATE AT RIGHT & LEFT WING
Everytime a north african nations or southafrica where oyibos are incharge, will always come to the rescue of nations where black monkeys are fully incharge. I dont know if the ecess melanie is covering their brains to reach light and oxigen, when ever the afcon is given to black nations there is tendancy of prosponements, they are always not ready, no matter the time limits,
Its only blackman shows or party you will see them testing the microphone and instruments right in the middle of the occasion.
I have traveled to variouse european nations and arab nations/ mongolians, no matter how poor the nation maybe i could hardly see any naked road across their residential area, and they always manage to have 24 hours electricity,
Come to my people, no matter how rich a blacknation have reached they hardly mentain stable electrity and 50 percent roads across residentials even highways are all naked,
My question is na JuJu be this?
However the only black for black nation that is changing the above mentioned scenero is Rwanda thanks to true leadership of kagami.
I pray the others follows as soon as possible, let us move from these monkey stage to at list gorilla level. I am ashamed of these level we are as a race, i repeat as a race! Its a shame! Big shame!
Its china that is even given us some live, haiti, jamaica, etc black nations in nutral continent are still behind their fellow mixed nations. Whats is the problem here.
Collins, if you are called a black monkey I’m sure you won’t like it. It is unethical, barbaric and uncivilised to use such name on someone of the same colour with you, no matter how immoral he/she is.
Bros this one no be juju at all.
Take heart, we share your tears. You went overboard by insulting the black race, but I can assure you that the ineptitude, lack of foresight, and chaotic behavior demonstrated by our leaders has nothing to do with skin pigmentation, at all. It is a systems failure, which has been adopted and incorporated into our cultural make-up: A BIG MAN CAN OVERRIDE THE SYSTEM. This translates as:
A powerful man/woman can:
– jump a queque at will
– rather see the manager to expressly get the new naira notes
– admit his children to Fed Gov Colleges without sitting the entrance exams
– admit students into the Unis/colleges with rock-bottom JAMB scores
– allocate 10 official cars to himself even when the officer below him hasn’t got one car
– evade tax and go scot-free
– site all government facilities in his own village
– divert the money meant for roads, schools, hospitals, cottage industries, farms etc etc into untraceable accounts
– discredit and sack performing officers in order not to make people question his own relevance
– etc etc etc
These are the problems holding us down. How often have you seen leaders with these behaviours in your journeys? And these are the aberrations that have driven many Nigerian intellectuals abroad to remain and contribute to the advancement of other communities while their own communities are left unserviced.
Why are these same black people some of the most skilled workers in Western countries? If the system remains unchanged, pursuing development is like chasing the shadow, unfortunately.