Super Eagles B Team To Play Mali, Ivory Coast In 2015

Must Read

COVID-19: Shutdown All State Borders, Delta Govt Tells FG

 Delta State Government has urged the Federal Government to close all inter-State borders in order to properly contain the...

Pastor Jailed For Claiming There’s No Coronavirus In Africa

A pastor has been charged and jailed by authorities in Uganda for allegedly denying the existence of the new...

Your ID Card Is Your Pass During Lockdown – Lai Mohammed Tells Journalists

Lai Mohammed, minister of information, says journalists must use their valid identity cards to access their workplace during the...

COVID-19: Soyinka Describes Buhari’s Lockdown Of States As ‘Political Virus’

Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari's order to lock down states in the nation by...

Coronavirus: My Position On Economy Misundersood – Tinubu

Bola Ahmed Tinubu National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, says he hasn't called for...
Omaku Cephas
Cephas is a Content Strategist who loves to write about travels and sports. He's a proud supporter of local publishers and wants to see them get more creative with genuine content. He's keen on rekindling your passion for anything sports and travels.

Nigeria will engage Mali and Ivory Coast in friendly matches next year, according to Nigeria Football Federation President Amaju Pinnick.

Pinnick disclosed to AfricanFootball.com that arrangement to camp the Super Eagles B team in Abu Dhabi has been put in place.

He says the football federation is looking to employ the Fifa free windows for 2015” to keep the national teams in shape.

Ibrahim Abubakar (Shirt No. 12) Poses With CHAN Eagles for Group Photograph.
Ibrahim Abubakar (Shirt No. 12) Poses With CHAN Eagles for Group Photograph.

“I am also happy to inform you that we have made arrangements for the home-based Eagles for a camp in Abu Dhabi, where they would play against Mali and Cote d’Ivoire,” Pinnick is quoted as saying on AfricanFootball.com.

“It is just to engage them gainfully because when you miss out on tournaments, you miss out on so many things especially in the area of marketing, sponsorship and opportunities.”

Defending Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) champions, Nigeria, will not be competing at the 2015 finals in Equatorial Guinea having narrowly lost out to Congo in the qualification rounds.

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -