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Musa Promises U-23 Eagles N1m Per Goal Against Libya

Musa Promises U-23 Eagles N1m Per Goal Against Libya

Ahmed Musa has promised the U-23 Eagles N1m naira per goal ahead of Monday’s Africa U-23 Africa Cup of Nations second leg qualifying fixture against Libya, Completesports.com reports.

The U-23 Eagles fell to a disappointing 2-0 loss to the North Africans in the first leg last week Wednesday at the Bengerdan Stadium, Tunisia.

Imama Amapakabo’s charges will look to overturn a two-goal deficit when they host the Libyans at the Stephen Keshi Stadium Asaba and secure a place in the final qualifying round.

The team trained for the first time at the venue of the game on Saturday evening following their arrival from Tunisia.

Completesports.com learnt from a reliable camp source that Musa who plays for Saudi Professional League side Al Nassr made the pledge after watching the team train.

Nigeria won the second edition of the U -23 Africa Cup of Nations in Senegal four years ago after overcoming Algeria 2-1 in the final.

The competition which will hold in Egypt this year will serve as the African qualifiers for the Men’s Football Tournament of Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Ako Amadi 2 years ago

    I hope Musa has done his calculation properly. He should only dash them money if they win. It’s no use giving them 3 million when they lose 3-4

  • Edoman of NewJersey,USA 2 years ago

    The turf and size of that Stadium doesn’t encourage the Nigeria player to bring out their best. Even Messi will not play well in that turf they have in that Asaba Stadium. Libya may get away with their win on Monday. Very sad to say.

    • NFF is taking us several steps backwards by staging international matches at that Asaba stadium. But do we blame Amaju? It’s very tempting to copy from our leaders who have shown themselves to be hardcore tribalists, twisting policies to favour their regions. But Amaju should not sacrifice the nation-wide support he got from SE fans for dirty tribal agenda. Take our matches back to UYO. 

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        • Ask ranges and lobi wat happened to dem at home.against north African teams.

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  • Bobo Colorado Springs 2 years ago

    What is this hype about this Libya team that Nigeria cannot trash? I watched the first leg and I didn’t see anything spectacular about them, there goals just came against the run of play and we should look at the circumstances surrounded their loss, plus our team didn’t train at all before that game. Nigeria should be able to trash them regardless of the venue; I am predicting a score line of 5-1 on Monday in favor of Nigeria. Thanks Musa, our worthy hero and brother, for your pledge, I think you gonna be paying the sum of #5m to the team come Monday.