Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) believes the country’s men and women senior national teams, Super Eagles and Super Falcons will restore their fans’ belief in the country’s football with their performances in their respective international championships this year. While the Super Eagles will compete at the 2019 African Nations Cup, the Super Falcons, who re-established their dominance in the continent’s football with victory at the Ghana 2018 African Women Nations Cup, will feature at the FIFA Women World Cup, in France.
NFF Secretary General, Mohammed Sanusi told The Guardian that the federation was working round the clock to ensure the teams are ready for the competitions when the time comes.
He revealed that the NFF has started mapping out strategies with the male and female national team coaches on the camping arrangements for the teams, adding that the federation has also started arranging friendly matches with top countries for the teams.
He added that NFF was working on revamping grassroots football across the country, saying the results would start manifesting soon.
“The NFF is planning with Rohr on getting the right countries to play friendlies with ahead of the 2019 Nations Cup. Read more