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U-23 AFCON Qualifier: Musa To Reward Olympic Eagles With N500,000 Per Goal Against Tanzania

U-23 AFCON Qualifier: Musa To Reward Olympic Eagles With N500,000 Per Goal Against Tanzania

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa will dole out N500,000 per each goal scored by the Olympic Eagles against Tanzania.

The Olympic Eagles will host Tanzania in the second leg of the 2023 Africa U-23 Cup of Nations qualifiying fixture at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Adamasingba, Ibadan on Saturday.

The Serengeti Boys held the Olympic Eagles to a 1-1 draw in the first leg last weekend.

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Musa had a phone conversation with the players on Friday morning from his base in Turkey.

The forward charged the players to do the country and also pledged to reward them for each goal scored in the game.

The overall winners will proceed to the final round of the qualifiers where they will meet either Uganda or Guinea.

The U-23 AFCON which will be hosted by Morocco in November 2023 will serve as the qualifiers for the 2024 Olympic Games which will be staged in Paris, France.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Edoman 2 years ago

    Alhaji Musa, Nigerians are taking NOTE of your generosity and its effectiveness. Please, continue. Huge reward awaits you.

  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    GOD BLESS YOU AHMED MUSA, OUR SUPER EAGLES GREATEST NO 7 of ALL TIME!!!

  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    INFACT because of all these OFF PITCH ACTIVITIES/GENEROSITY AHMED MUSA YOU are hereby CROWNED the GREATEST “PLAYER” and SUPER EAGLES CAPTAIN OFF the PITCH…

  • Oakfield 2 years ago

    Yeah, it sounds good but it is rubbish! His generosity is out of place for a team that hasn’t done their home work well to win. If they had confidence in themselves and had done their home work well, why should cash gifts be promised? If such promises are made to motivate the team to beat ordinary Tanzania and qualify, what will happen if we were to face countries like senegal, Cameroon or egypt? I guess a direct ticket to heaven might be on the table for them. This clearly shows that the belief of working hard and doing the right thing to attain success in sports in Nigeria has totally wanned. The same cash gifts were promised our team during the 2 legged qualifiers against Ghana and we capitulated like a north korean missile. This tradition is counter productive. There are some problems money cannot solve.

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