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NFF Rolls Out Plan to Guarantee Super Eagles’ Qualification to the 2026 World Cup


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Ibrahim Gusau, the President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has reiterated the organization’s unwavering dedication to ensuring the Super Eagles successfully qualify for the 2026 World Cup, slated to be held across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Following a closed-door session with Sports Development Minister Sen. John Owan Enoh, Gusau stressed the urgent need to tackle Nigeria’s disappointing performance in the qualifiers.

Despite the team’s current struggle, sitting in fifth place with just three points out of twelve, Gusau conveyed optimism in mobilizing all stakeholders to bolster the team’s efforts.

He pledged concerted collaboration between the NFF, the sports ministry, and other pertinent entities to formulate a robust strategy to propel the Super Eagles towards qualification.

“It’s a very sad moment for Nigerian football. We cannot run away from that. But all I want to assure is that we are working tirelessly in conjunction with the minister to see that we come out with holistic measures that will change the face of the entire system so that we can move forward.

“Don’t forget, it is still possible, and I want to assure you that we are going to fight it to the latter and Nigeria will qualify for the World Cup.

“This is not something I will just say it now but very soon you are going to see major steps that NFF would come out with and by the grace of God, those measures that we are going to take will lead us to qualify for the next World Cup,” he said.

The NFF president affirmed that extensive measures were underway to overhaul the system and elevate the Super Eagles’ performance once again.

“We are looking holistically at the general affairs of the team. And as I said, very soon, Nigerians will see the measures we are going to take.

” Whatever it takes us for us to do, we would do and think outside the box to make sure that everywhere we can see or find any player that is fit to play for Nigeria.

” We’ll try as much as possible to get in touch with them so that at least have a pool of players that will play for this country to help us to qualify for the next World Cup, ” he said.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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