NFSC to storm Abuja for U23, Super Eagles matches
By Akeem Busari
Ahead of the qualifying matches involving the National U23 team and the Super Eagles, against Guinea and Guinea-Bissau respectively, Nigeria’s foremost fans group, Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC), are set to land in Abuja in large numbers. This is to enable to cheer and support the Nigerian teams powerfully and get the needed victories.
Speaking ahead of the NFSC departure, National Chairman of NFSC, Revd Samuel Ikpea, stated that every necessary thing had been put in place to ensure a seamless movement of the members to the matche venue.
“In our age-long style and tradition, we shall storm Abuja in large numbers to give our usual inspiring supports to the U23 Olympic Eagles and the Super Eagles.
“This year, is going to be a big one for Nigerian football, with lots of important games on the calendar. Therefore, we’re geared and ready to continue our important roles as the 12th player of the various Nigerian national team, at all times,” the multiple awards winning NFSC boss said.
The U23 team will play on Wednesday and the Super Eagles on Friday before flying out to Morocco for the second leg against Guinea-Bissau.