est players for the match, which a lot of people were even looking at it that it doesn’t warrant that.
“But don’t forget we still have a very big task ahead of us, which is the World Cup qualifiers, which starts in November.
“After this match we don’t have any time to bring the Super Eagles players together again.
“So it’s imperative for the coach to have the best team at his disposal, so that he can make sure he has a team that can face the next challenge,” he said.
NAN reports that the Super Eagles will commence their 2026 World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho on Nov. 13.
Earlier, SWAN president, Isaiah Benjamin said the visit was meant to strengthen the synergy between the NFF and SWAN.
“Based on your track records in the football circle even before becoming NFF President, we have no doubt that you will deliver. It will be my joy that we work and achieve success together.
He reiterated SWAN’s commitment to professional and balanced reportage of NFF’s activities, while stressing the need for all hands to be on deck to take football to the next height in the country.
Source: News Agency of Nigeria