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Nigeria vs Mexico: NFF boss visits Eagles’ camp in Los Angeles

President of the NFF and FIFA Council Member Amaju Pinnick visited the Super Eagles camp in the United Siates of America as the boys had they had their first training on Los Angeles soil.

Pinnick urged the boys to know that they are here to fly the flag of the nation and 200 million Nigerians would stay awake from 4am on July 4, 2021 to watch them play Mexico.

Pinnick reiterated that it is the Super Eagles team that is there to play and the players should not see themselves as the B team.

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“I want you all to know that this is the Super Eagles and not the B team. You are here to represent 200 million Nigerians and they want you to win this match.”

Pinnick also reassured the players that this is just one of many matches that they would get to play as the October window will also be explored so that they will get to return to the US to play some friendly matches.

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