NFF Charges Flying Eagles To Win 2022 WAFU B U-20 Tournament
General Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi has lauded the Flying Eagles for arriving at the last of the 2022 WAFU B U-20 competition in Niger Republic and charges the group to go hard and fast and win the prize, Completesports reports.
The Flying Eagles equipped for the last with an extra shot profound into additional opportunity to edge Ivory Coast’s Junior Elephants 2-1 and presently square up with Benin Republic’s Baby Squirrels today [Friday] in Niamey, Niger Republic.
“My happiness is that the group, subsequent to neglecting to qualify in the last release of the Africa U-20 title, made it by beating reigning champs Ghana and solid Ivorien group. I should laud the Flying Eagles for that, and simultaneously encourage them not to rest in that frame of mind until they win the prize,” Sanusi said.
“The NFF will give them all the essential help and consolation to guarantee that they bring back the prize. The group and their mentors have done very well by getting the ticket despite everything and winning the prize will be the good to beat all.”
Sanusi additionally ascribed the great aftereffects of the Flying Eagles at the continuous WAFU B U-20 competition to the improvement walks the NFF has made in youth advancements, adding that the Nigerian football administering body won’t yield in that frame of mind to additionally foster the game.
Nigeria, one of the two finalists from the WAFU B competition, have booked a pass to the following year’s U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, planned for February 18 to March 12 2023.