NFF: There’ll be no room for er­ror against Zam­bia

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The Nige­rian Foot­ball Fed­er­a­tion (NFF) will in­spect the Godswill Ak­pabio In­ter­na­tional Sta­dium ahead of the next 2018 FIFA World Cup qual­i­fier.

This was con­firmed by NFF pres­i­dent Amaju Pin­nick, who was speak­ing to the fed­er­a­tion’s of­fi­cial web­site fol­low­ing Nige­ria’s re­turn leg clash with Cameroon.

The Su­per Ea­gles col­lected four points from their re­cent back to back clashes with the In­domitable Lions and they re­mained at the top of Group B stand­ings with 10 points.

“Even be­fore the con­clu­sion of this sec­ond match against Cameroon in Yaounde, we had started the ar­range­ments for the match against Zam­bia,” Pin­nick said.

“The Chair­man of Or­ga­niz­ing Com­mit­tee (NFF 1st VP, Bar­ris­ter Seyi Ak­in­wunmi) will travel to Uyo this week to see Gover­nor Udom Em­manuel of Akwa Ibom State and they will go through the check –list to­gether.

“Noth­ing will be left to chance. It is a very big match, and the way things have turned out against Cameroon, it is now an even big­ger match than the ones we played against Cameroon. There must be no room for er­ror.” Pin­nick said.

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