Qatar 2022: NFF President, Pinnick Meets London-Based Super Eagles Players (Pix)

The President of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick had met with the London-based players of the country in order to prepare ahead for the forthcoming World Cup in Qatar this year, BLOGARENA reports.

He writes;

Good evening, Nigeria.

In furtherance to my tweets regarding our plans to ensure we qualify for this year’s @FIFAWorldCup in Qatar, we’ve held a series of meetings in London with our Super Eagles players. It was me, the team secretary, the coach & technical adviser of the team.

The Ministry of Youth & Sports Development, led by the Honourable Minister, Sunday Akin Dare also had a zoom meeting with over 30 players of the Super Eagles squad. Aside the chance to introduce the new members of the coaching crew to the team, it was also a chance to have “clear the air” talks.

And I’m so proud of the commitment and zeal I’m seeing and getting from the team. From players like Etebo, Kelechi, Troost & new lad, Lookman, the message was & is clear; we will play at the World Cup and give a good account of ourselves.

PINNICK WITH SUPER EAGLES PLAYERS - BLOGARENA

We are not going to Qatar to make up the numbers. We are going to give it our best shot. I’d like to, again, thank the Honourable Minister, Sunday Akin Dare. It might sound like a broken record at this point, but his support is truly massive.

From ensuring we get the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja, to joining in the zoom call with over 30 members of the National Team, his energy is truly infectious.

Again.

PINNICK WITH SUPER EAGLES PLAYERS - BLOGARENA

Make no mistake. World Cup qualification is non-negotiable. We are putting all of our efforts on getting the ticket.

Your prayers and support are invaluable in this regard. God willing, we will achieve our goals because we will not relent.

God bless Nigeria & God bless us all.

Goodnight.

AMAJU PINNICK - BLOGARENA

Amaju Melvin Pinnick

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