Nigeria home-based Super Eagles will resume training for next year’s CHAN in Abuja in the first week of December, officials have announced. The post CHAN Eagles resume training in Abuja appeared first on Vanguard News.
Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike has pledged $20,000 per goal as he urged the Super Eagles to beat visiting Sihlangu of Swaziland in their 2018 World Cup qualifier in Port Harcourt. The post Score a goal get $20,000, Wike tells Eagles appeared first on Vanguard News.
Abuja – Nigeria’s home-based Super Eagles on Tuesday secured a dicey draw, while hosts Rwanda were handed a tricky one for next year’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) tagged “Rwanda 2016”. The competition which is now in its fourth edition is for footballers playing in the domestic leagues on the African continent. After
Each member of the home – based Super Eagles were paid $2,000 each as bonus for qualifying for the 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda. Though the squad was entitled to $1,000 per player after drawing against Burkina Faso on Sunday evening, the Nigeria Football Federation approved that they players
The AFCON 2017 qualifiers is getting off to a full swing and Nigeria faced Chad yesterday at the uneven pitch in Kaduna. The first time both sides will be meeting, even though they are next door neighbors.