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Sports Minister Charges Super Eagles to Soar in World Cup Qualifying Series

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Says team should be inspired by Qatar 2022 qualifiers ordeal

The Honourable Minister of Sports Development, Senator John Owan Enoh has urged the Super Eagles of Nigeria to start their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying series on a very strong note.

The Minister’s charge comes as the Super Eagles gear up for their opening match in the qualifying campaign.

Senator Enoh, a fervent believer of the team, expressed confidence in the team’s abilities and highlighted the immense pride the nation holds for the Super Eagles.

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He urged the technical crew and the players to put their best foot forward in these two games.

“The memory of losing out during the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup is still fresh in the minds of Nigerians.” He said. “The team should avoid leaving their fate to permutations. We should bring out their best to pick the first six points in front of us.”

“I have complete faith in our talented squad. The Super Eagles have a rich history of success, and we believe they are fully capable of securing two wins in the upcoming matches,” declared Senator Enoh.

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“This is not just a football game; it is a representation of the spirit and resilience of the Nigerian people. I encourage our players to give their all on the field and make the nation proud.”

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Senator Enoh also took the opportunity to commend the coaching staff led by Jose peseiro and support personnel for their dedication and hard work in preparing the team.

“As the Minister of Sports Development, I want to assure the  full support of the Government. We will continue to invest in sports infrastructure, training facilities, and programs that nurture the talent of our young athletes,” Senator Enoh affirmed.

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The Super Eagles open their campaign against Lesotho at home and face Zimbabwe away on November 16th and 19th respectively.

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