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Super Eagles Call For Massive Fans’ Support During Ghana Clash In Abuja

Super Eagles Call For Massive Fans’ Support  During Ghana Clash In Abuja

The Super Eagles have called on support from fans ahead of Tuesday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup playoffs second leg tie against the Black Stars of Ghana, reports Completesports.com.

The encounter is billed for the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja.

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The Super Eagles held the Black Stars to a 0-0 draw in the first leg at the Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi on Friday.

Super Eagles Call For Massive Fans' Support  During Ghana Clash In Abuja

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” Thank you to you all for your support always, we need it now more than ever.
“We will love to see you fill the Moshood Abiola National Stadium to the brim on Tuesday. Everywhere Green, everywhere white. See you on Tuesday! #soarsupereagles,”reads a message on the team’s Instagram page.

Read Also: CAF Approves 60,000 Fans for Super Eagles Vs Ghana Clash In Abuja

It would be recalled that captain of the team Ahmed Musa has also charged the fans to come out in large numbers and support the team against the Ghanaians.

The Black Stars enjoyed massive support from their fans in Kumasi on Friday and Musa wants the same for the Super Eagles on Tuesday.

The overall winners of the two-legged qualifiers will proceed to Qatar 2022.

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WORDPRESS: 16
  • Four four two 3 months ago

    Its a pity but Abuja fans dont have the predilection to offer the SE the kind of support Ghana got in Kumasi.Its beat my imagination why this game was taken to Abuja that does not have a fanatic football fans base culture like Calabar, Lagos , Kaduna , Benin and PortHarcourt. You don’t play politics with everything. Granted Abuja is the administrative head quarters of Nigeria but in terms of football it is no where near Lagos , Calabar or any of the aforementioned cities in Nigeria. Accra is the headquarters of Ghana but the football slaughter ground is Kumasi. I strongly believe if that game was played in Accra SE will come away with a win. Every soccer crazy nation has a slaughter ground whr they stage crucial games.Lets take a look at Brazil one of the most successful nations in football. Their Capital city is Brazilia. But their soccer headquarters is Maracanna stadium in Rio de janerio. There u see crazy fans . young girls and boys going naked with songs and dance steps that make their opponent concede defeat even without kicking a ball. In Nigeria those types of fanatic fans are found in abundant in Calabar, Lagos, Benin, portHarcourt, Enugu, and Kaduna.Abuja is too serene , cautious and timid to be SE slaughter ground. So the NNF should look at the aforementioned cities , select onw, developed their stadium and make SE permanent slaughter ground.

     
    • Well said bro, Lagos fans and Lagos state remains our slaughterhouse. But the Teslim stadium is not the best place, until the famous national stadium is renovated, matches of this magnitude will surely be taken elsewhere.

       
  • Can The Abuja Stadium Be Inhospitable For Ghana’s Black Stars?

    In determined efforts aimed at paying the Ghana’s Black Stars in thier own coin, the NFF and influential Nigerian stakeholders are working strenuously to transform the Moshood Abiola Stadium to a hostile fortress for Tuesday crunch encounter.

    According to former Super Eagles Media Officer Toyin ibitoye, the Minister of FCT has strategically allocated 100 buses for convey buoyant spectators from nooks and cranny of Abuja to the Moshood Abiola National Stadium for this return leg world cup qualifier.

    Earlier, they NFF asked for 60 thousand fans will be allowed into the stadium, a request CAF promptly approved.

    Additionally, Senator Orji Uzo Kalu has reportedly offered to generously gift 5,000 Nigerians tickets to fans who will be expected to cheer, roar and hail the Super Eagles with zeal, fervour and venom on the day.

    It should be recalled that Ghana controversially asked CAF, last minute, to move the first leg to the intimidating Kumasi stadium. On match day, the stadium was filled to the brim with Ghana fans cheering every move of the Black Stars and drowning out any Super Eagles support.

    The Super Eagles had to psychologically overcome the hostilities and cold response they received on the day.

    Now, many Nigeria fans on social media and various other platforms are urging as many fans as possible to go out in droves and exert the same psychological pressure and disadvantage for Ghana’s Black Stars on Tuesday.

    Even the NFF made their own Instagram rallying cry as they wrote: ““We will love to see you fill the Moshood Abiola National Stadium to the brim on Tuesday. Everywhere Green, everywhere white.”

    With the first leg ending 0:0, the overall winners of the encounter qualifier for the Qatar World Cup in tail end of the year.

     
  • Steve O 3 months ago

    To start with , if Eagles qualify , NFF will pocket over N5.4b from FIFA , so why take gate fee when they know they are the one to gain it all if Super Eagles qualify?…they should make popular stand free for all .Only VIP and cover stand can be gated for a fee.Also NFF should liaise with all the state governors to provide at least one thousand fans from each state the opportunity to watch the match live and cheer the Super Eagles to victory , that will give us approximately 36,000 fans !!..the various state government should provide them with logistics and accomodations while in Abuja . Unfortunately NFF lead by Amoju pinnick is just out not to do the needful , this arrangements should have been afloat before now .Let pray that Abuja fans won’t disappoint naturally !!..go Eagles!!

     
  • Naija 3 months ago

    Abuja is home to the elites of the land most of whom don’t care for football. Then, the remaining average citizens in Abuja is concerned about their daily bread and high rents.

     
  • Atiku-SportsGroup 3 months ago

    Good afternoon Nigeria.

    At Atiku-SportsGroup, we join our candidate Atiku Abubakar to urge the national team not to lose faith but soar on the wings of the supports of Nigerian fans to overcome the Ghanaian hurdle on Tuesday. Atiku from today has started wearing the official green and white jersey of the Super Eagles in solidarity. We therefore challenge every Nigerian to express their loyalty with us by making everywhere green, everywhere white.
    #SoarSuperEagles.
    #GodBlessNigeria.

     
  • Selfmade KING 3 months ago

    We are coming to ANNEXED abuja

     
  • Re-written From Above.

    _ Operation Fortify Abuja Stadium _

    In determined efforts aimed at paying Ghana’s Black Stars back in thier own West African coin, the NFF and influential Nigerian stakeholders are working strenuously to transform the Moshood Abiola Stadium into a hostile fortress for next Tuesday’s concluding World Cup qualifier.

    According to former Super Eagles Media Officer Toyin Ibitoye, the Minister of FCT has strategically allocated around 100 buses to convey buoyant spectators from nooks and cranny of the Federal Capital Territory to the Moshood Abiola National Stadium on Tuesday 29 March for this grudge return leg encounter between bitter Anglophone West African rivals.

    Earlier, the NFF had reportedly asked for 60 thousand fans to be allowed into the stadium, a request CAF promptly approved. This move actually mirrors similar request made by Ghana for the first leg.

    It should be recalled that Ghana controversially asked CAF, last minute, to move the first leg to the intimidating Kumasi stadium. On match day, the stadium was filled to the brim with Ghana fans cheering every move of the Black Stars and drowning out any Super Eagles support.

    The Super Eagles had to psychologically overcome the hostilities and cold response they received on the day.

    Now, many Nigeria supporters on social media and various other platforms are passionately urging as many energetic fans as possible to go out in droves and exert the same psychological pressure and disadvantage for Ghana’s Black Stars on Tuesday.

    Even the NFF made their own impassioned Instagram rallying cry as they wrote: “We will love to see you fill the Moshood Abiola National Stadium to the brim on Tuesday. Everywhere Green; everywhere White.”

    With the first leg ending 0:0, the overall winners of the encounter qualifier for the Qatar World Cup in tail end of the year.

     
  • Ikpeloka TK 3 months ago

    In the presence of God there is no argument everything goes alright. Ghana has expressed confusion while Nigeria fans troup in support. Go SE, free to victory as winners’.

     
    • Selfmade KING 3 months ago

      God isn’t a a Nigerian lol

      If u can’t love ur northern bro, u can’t love God lol

      God is A GHANAIAN ….

       
  • Bomboy 3 months ago

    NFF should please throw the gates open. Make it free. We need the crowd.

     
  • Coache 3 months ago

    Fans will surely turn out because it’s a week-day game. Besides the FCT bigwigs have been appealing to relevant stakeholders that Tuesday should be half working day. If the day was a weekend it would have been disadvantageous to the Eagles.

     

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