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Super Eagles Eye World Cup Redemption, NFF President Vows Fight

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Ganiyu Muftau

Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) President Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau is assuring fans that the Super Eagles will do everything in their power to secure a spot at the 2026 World Cup.

This comes after a disappointing performance in their last two matches against South Africa and Benin Republic. Gusau met with Sports Minister Senator John Enoh to discuss strategies for getting the team back on track.

“We are working tirelessly with the Minister for Sports to come out with a review to put the Super Eagles back in shape,” Gusau said. “It’s possible that we can still make it. I want to assure you that we’re going to fight to the latter and Nigeria will qualify for the World Cup.”

Gusau remained tight-lipped about specific plans but hinted at “major steps” the NFF will take soon.

Looking ahead to the AFCON qualifiers kicking off in September, Gusau urged Nigerians to continue supporting the team. He emphasized that the NFF is exploring all options to strengthen the squad.

“We are looking holistically at the general state of the team,” he explained. “Nigerians are going to see major steps that we are going to take. We will look outside the box to see if there are any players who can fit in and play for Nigeria.”

The Super Eagles currently sit in fifth place in their World Cup qualifying group C. Winning all their remaining six matches is crucial for qualification.

Nigerian fans can look forward to a determined Super Eagles team and a proactive NFF working together to achieve World Cup glory.

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