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2023 AFCONQ: Super Eagles Battle Ready For Sierra Leone — Gusau

2023 AFCONQ: Super Eagles Battle Ready For  Sierra Leone — Gusau

President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Shehu Gusau has assured that the Super Eagles are going all out for a win against Sierra Leone on Sunday (today).

Jose Peseiro’s side will look to confirm their place at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations when they take on their fellow West Africans at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium, Monrovia.

The Super Eagles have won one of their three previous encounters against John Keister’s men.

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“The team is here to work hard and take the three points. It will not be an easy game, but we have the players to do Nigeria proud by winning and qualifying for the next Africa Cup of Nations finals,”Gusau told thenff.com.

Presently, Nigeria is second in the pool with nine points from four matches, a point behind Guinea Bissau, who have played five matches and reached the top following their defeat of Sao Tome on Wednesday.

Victory for the Eagles willl lift them back to the top of the pile and guarantee presence at the 34th Africa Cup of Nations to be staged in Cote d’Ivoire next year.

Photo by Ganiyu Yusuf


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • TONY 1 year ago

    These people have no shame!
    You owe players and coaches months and months of bonuses and salaries. You have no structures, no good planning to speak of. You are corrupt as hell, incompetent as can be and yet in the usual Nigerian mentality you walk into the players’ camp to deliver speeches and walk around bragging about the team’s preparedness to win.
    The problem with Nigeria is Nigerians. The main problem with Nigeria is its rulers.
    Nigeria is being ruled by people who have no business being anywhere near leadership positions.
    Callous, uncaring, insensitive, tone-deaf.

  • Ako Amadi 1 year ago

    Hope Gusau is not interfering in team selection like Pinnick, Eguavoen and Dare used to do

  • Hope Gusau didn’t follow them to Monrovia. The last time he followed our team on international competition we all knew the result of the match.

    I don’t know what concerned him about the players readiness for today’s match.

    The funny man abandon the work that he is supposed to face in paying coach and players on time.

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