Fans To Pay 500, 1k  To Watch Super Eagles Versus Algeria

Nigeria’s men’s national team, the Super Eagles and their women’s compatriots the Falcons were on Tuesday guests of

the country’s number two citizen Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo (GCON), who paid paid the teams surprise
visits at their respective training sessions at the National Stadium, Abuja, the Nigeria Football Federation
revealed on Tuesday.

While the Super Falcons are preparing for the defense of the 10th Women Africa Cup of Nations taking place in
Cameroon 19th November – 3rd December this year, the Super Eagles are getting set for Saturday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup
qualifying match against Algeria.

The Vice President arrived at the practice pitch of the National Stadium, Abuja at about 5.30pm, as the teams were
rounding off their evening sessions.

To the Super Eagles, Vice President Osinbajo said: “I commend you for your patriotism and commitment to the cause of
fatherland. By going to Zambia to defeat the Zambians on their own ground for the first time, you have shown your
determination to conquer your group and qualify for the World Cup.

“I want to assure you that the Government and people of Nigeria are behind you in your quest to qualify for the
World Cup. I believe that you will certainly pick the ticket from your group to make it to the World Cup finals.”

While Sports Minister Solomon Dalung presented the Super Eagles to the Vice President as a bunch of disciplined and
dedicated patriots, NFF President Amaju Pinnick assured Osinbajo that the Eagles will fight hard to qualify for the
World Cup.

Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi praised Vice President Osinbajo for finding time to spur the team, saying Nigeria has
one of the youngest national teams in Africa presently, and Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr declared that as a German,
he has brought the German mentality of resilience and perseverance to the team’s camp.

To the Super Falcons, Osinbajo said: “I am happy that you girls are the reigning African champions, and I believe
you will go to Cameroon and retain your trophy. The whole nation is behind you. You must start by beating Mali and
then going all the way so as to bring the Cup back to Nigeria.”

Captain Evelyn Nwabuoku thanked the Vice President and promised that the Falcons are committed to retaining their
continental title.

Meanwhile the Akwa Ibom State government has put the price of gate fees for the Nigeria versus Algeria game in the
2018 World Cup qualiferi at #1,ooo and #500 for the VIP and popular sides respectively.