Peseiro Congratulates Golden Eaglets, Flamingos on AFCON, World Cup qualification

6/22/2022 4:50:00 PM

Peseiro Congratulates Golden Eaglets, Flamingos on AFCON, World Cup qualification

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Peseiro Congratulates Golden Eaglets , Flamingos on AFCON , World Cup qualification

Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro has congratulated the Golden Eaglets and Flamingos for their qualification to the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations and the

The Golden Eaglets booked a place at the U-17 AFCON after beating Cote d’Ivoire in their semi-final clash at the Cape Coast Stadium on Tuesday.Nduka Ugbade’s boys will face Burkina Faso in the final on Friday.The Flamingos will also compete at the World Cup in India next year after a 1-0 aggregate win against Ethiopia last month.

“Congratulations to both the Nigerian U17 women’s and men’s teams for qualifying to World Cup and AFCON, respectively, “Peseiro wrote on his Twitter handle.“They are the future of Nigerian football and deserve our full support.”

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FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.Two goals by deadball expert, Emmanuel Michael, and a glancing header by Abubakar Idris Abdullahi condemned the U17 boys of Cote d’Ivoire to a 1-3 defeat in the first semi-final of the ongoing WAFU B U17 Championship in Cape Coast, Ghana.Nigeria qualify for 2023 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations The Ivorians came into the second half determined to browbeat the Eaglets with their size and stoutness, but they were pegged further back on the hour mark when Abubakar Idris Abdullahi found the net with a glancing header.Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets are through to the final of the WAFU B U-17 Championship after rallying back from a goal down to beat Cote d’ivoire 3-1 in their semi-final clash at the Cape Coast Stadium on Tuesday.

The Golden Eaglets booked a place at the U-17 AFCON after beating Cote d’Ivoire in their semi-final clash at the Cape Coast Stadium on Tuesday. Nduka Ugbade’s boys will face Burkina Faso in the final on Friday. The Nigerian boys launched onslaught after onslaught and were rewarded at the half-hour mark when Emmanuel Michael, who scored a spectacular goal from a 22-yard free-kick in the opening match against hosts Ghana, found the range off another free-kick from the right-wing. The Flamingos will also compete at the World Cup in India next year after a 1-0 aggregate win against Ethiopia last month. In Friday’s final, the Eaglets will take on the winner of the second semi final between hosts Ghana and Burkina Faso. “Congratulations to both the Nigerian U17 women’s and men’s teams for qualifying to World Cup and AFCON, respectively, “Peseiro wrote on his Twitter handle. The Ivorians came into the second half determined to browbeat the Eaglets with their size and stoutness, but they were pegged further back on the hour mark when Abubakar Idris Abdullahi found the net with a glancing header. “They are the future of Nigerian football and deserve our full support. They then put the game beyond the Ivorians a minute after the hour mark when Abdullahi Abubakar Idris nodded home from a free-kick.

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