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We’ll Keep Super Eagles Busy With Quality International Friendly Games – NFF Assures

We’ll Keep Super Eagles Busy With Quality International Friendly Games – NFF Assures

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) vice president, Seyi Akinwunmi has assured that they will engage the Super Eagles with quality international friendly games ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and 2022 Africa Cup of Nations.

He made this known on the backdrop of the postponement of the World Cup qualifiers which was schedule to commence next month but has been moved to September due to Coronavirus Pandemic as well as to ensure the qualifiers are played at standard stadiums across the continent.

The qualifiers will now be played in September, October, November 2021 as well as March 2022 for the final playoffs.

Nigeria are drawn in a group that consists Liberia, Central African Republic and Cape Verde. They were to have hosted Liberia next month in Lagos to kick start this group stage of the qualifiers.

In his reaction, Akinwunmi said that the NFF are working effortlessly to esnuring that they organise a quality international friendly matches for the Super Eagles.

“Ther NFF are doing everything possible to ensure that they keep the Super Eagles busy by organizing quality international friendly matches ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and 2022 Africa Cup of Nations.”

 

By Augustine Akhilomen

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

    Senegal, Cameroon, Germany…..If all these are true as being touted in the media, then huge kudos to the NFF this one time. Friendlies dont come “quality-er” than these

     
    • Absolutely Dr Dre. I second your commendation of the NFF if this games germinate. Credit given where due.

       
  • We have played Argentina, Brazil, Ukraine, Senegal, Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia in the last 7 friendlies, how about Morocco and Ivory Coast for quality opposition? Morocco are the only quality North American side left for us to play and Ivory Coast look like they are building a quality side as well.

    Plus we have now been given a golden opportunity to test the likes of Sebastian Osigwe, Mathew Yakubu for the third goalkeeper spot and Michael Olise as AM in a match situation, plus properly fine tune the search for Ndidi’s deputy

    The NFF must not waste this

     
  • Hope to see some new faces in the team. We already know what most of the players have to offer. But those WHO have been impressive for their clubs and want to make the leap to the National team should be given a chance to strut their stuff.
    Players like Sadiq, moffi, olise should be invited while players like Ejuke, Moses simon, Akpoguma should be called for the friendlies.

     
  • Hassan Tia 1 month ago

    Morocco,Cote de Ivore, Ghana, Uruguay are quality teams Super Eagles can confront in friebdly matches on FIFA calender of friendly matches…

     
  • Ako AMADI 1 month ago

    What constitutes a “quality friendly?” Any game against another national side is valuable. The Super Eagles also have to learn how to win against minnows. The Sierra Leone lesson cannot be forgotten.

     
  • Ako AMADI 1 month ago

    Goal factory Onuachu manufactures goal number 32