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Super Eagles Land In Cotonou, Ready For Benin Clash

Super Eagles Land In Cotonou, Ready For Benin Clash

Nigeria have arrived in Cotonou ahead of their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Squirrels of Benin Republic reports, Completesports.com.

The Super Eagles are scheduled to face the Squirrels at the Stade Charles de Gaulle, Porto-Novo on Saturday.

The players and their officials landed in Cotonou on Friday morning after a short boat ride from Lagos.

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Gernot Rohr’s men will hold a training session inside the Stade Charles de Gaulle in the evening before their encounter against the Squirrels .

Nigeria top Group L with eight points after four rounds of matches, while Benin are second with seven points.

A draw tomorrow will guarantee the Super Eagles passage to the AFCON to be hosted by Cameroon in January.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 19
  • Thank God for a safe trip

     
  • Dr. Drey 4 months ago

    Thank God. Ok boys….now to the task ahead…! Cameroon here we come….!!!

     
  • Thank God for journey mercies o… Let’s do this boys

     
  • Lawrence Okwuonye jr 4 months ago

    Be ready for war.I wish you guys the best of luck.Win and make us proud.

     
  • Thank God for the journey mercy

     
  • Thank you Lord for a peaceful ride

     
  • Ako Amadi 4 months ago

    If they’re having light training at the match venue(Porto Novo) why didnt they lodge there instead of Cotonou? Too much travelling will have consequences, even if Cotonou and Porto Novo are just about 30 km apart.

     
    • Dr Banks 4 months ago

      @Ako Amadi, haba……must you guys complain about everything? What consequences will a 30km drive (15mins) have on the players? Abeg all they need now is our support and prayers for them to do us proud tomorrow 

       
      • Toholo 4 months ago

        Nigerans can complain sha. God!!!!

         
      • Ako Amadi 4 months ago

        You write about Nigerians “complaining about everything” Are you sure of watching the match? Why are NFF and the Ministry of Sports not even having the courtesy to let millions of Nigerians know if they can see the game on any TV station. People like you simply sit down and criticize others.

         
      • You know the situation of Nigeria has given some people the job of complaining about everything. It’s a state of the mind. Pardon him. If we win tommorow some people will still complain.

         
  • Ayphillydegreat 4 months ago

    @pompei go sleep well tonight. LOL! Thank goodness!! SuperEagles have landed. 

     
    • AR Franklin 4 months ago

      No be lie o. He’s has truly being having genuine concern about this mode of transportation d team embarked on.

       
  • Ako AMADI 4 months ago

    A big question that the whole country is silent about is if the match will be shown on any Nigerian TV station

     
    • Dr Banks 4 months ago

      I give you thumbs up for the above question. No one says you should not complain but know the right issue to complain about brother

       
    • That question is for CAF to answer, no Nigerian TV stations has the broadcasting right.

      I think CAF has broke the TV right with dstv if am not mistaken, the implications is the match might not be on air if the host nation does not pay for the TV right. That is part of the damage caused by Ahmad Ahmad the Madagascar former CAF president

       
  • Seniorman will surely start tomorrow’s match alongside Osimhen. This is very likely to be our lineup tomorrow.

    ****************Okoye*****************

    Awaziem Ekong Balogun Aina*

    *****************Ndidi****************
    *****************************Aribo****

    ****Chukwueze*************Iwobi*****
    *****************Iheanacho***********

    *******************Osimhen************

     
  • pompei 4 months ago

    Ayphillydegreat, we thank God ooo! 🙂 🙂 🙂
    I was afraid, I no go lie. I knew the probability of anything bad happening was slim, but that slim terrified the heck out of me!
    The Eagles have landed. Safe and sound. Thanks to God.