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|Nations Cup 2013: Nigeria Will Qualifiy – Fmr. NFA Chairman by ghettodreamz(m): 10:31pm On Oct 01, 2012|
To further boost the morale of the Super Eagles ahead of their qualification match for the 2013 African Nations Cup in South Africa, the former football association boss; Nigeria Football Association (NFA) Alhaji Ibrahim Galadima has thrown his weight behind the Super Eagles of Nigeria will surely secure a ticket for the South Africa 2013 Nations Cup.
The former NFA boss who is presently on pilgrimage spoke from his pilgrimage base to Ben Alaiya who is the Media Officer for the Super Eagles saying the Super Eagles definitely make to South Africa.
He said it will be a great shock for Nigeria to be absent from African Nations Cup 2013 holding in South Africa as it is the next Africa’s biggest football fiesta.
The Super Eagles will take on Liberia in the second leg of the final round of qualifiers for the championship in Calabar in two weeks’ time, having held their West African counterparts to a 1:1 draw in the first leg.
Going Nigeria’s exit from the Equatorial Guinea-Gabon Nations Cup championship in the last edition due to the lacklustre performance of the squad, the Super Eagles will leave no stone unturned to ensure the Super Eagles get a place on the African Nations Cup final.
Galadima who is presently in Saudi Arabia with his wife said they have both been praying for the success of the national team in the holy land.
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