Super Eagles miss big financial rewards, choice properties

1/25/2022 10:39:00 AM

While the pain of exiting the tournament is yet to abate, the Super Eagles have also missed out on huge financial rewards promised the team during their

The Nigerian side had become the most favoured bride of corporate organisations who scrambled to motivate the national team with monetary incentives and choice landed properties.

While the pain of exiting the tournament is yet to abate, the Super Eagles have also missed out on huge financial rewards promised the team during their

The Nigerian side had become the most favoured bride of corporate organisations who scrambled to motivate the national team with monetary incentives and choice landed properties.The latest to join the trend was RevolutionPlus Property whose Group Managing Director, Bamidele Onalaja had promised the team N1million per goal all through the knockout stages of the AFCON 2021.

In a video call before the Tunisia game with Musa, he also said each member of the team (players and officials) will get a plot of land each in any location of their choice (Lagos, Abuja, Abeokuta, Port Harcourt, Ibadan).Meanwhile, Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa had confirmed the receipt of N4 million promised to the team for their victories over Liberia and Cape Verde at the qualifiers for the 2021 African Nations Cup. The team scored 4 goals in both matches.

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Super Eagles, Maduka Okoye and the AFCON defeat, By Reuben AbatiNigerians are very bad losers in politics, sports or both. Nothing illustrates this better than the politics of acrimony that is already emerging over the mode of primaries for the 2023 general election. But even more specifically, would be the anguish, outrage and frustration that have attended the exit of the Super Eagles from the […] renoomokri NGSuperEagles Mr. Editor, your tone on this tweet sounds as if you hate renoomokri in return for hating Buhari.🚶🚶🚶🚶 renoomokri NGSuperEagles Since he assumed office in 2015, Nigeria situation has turned to worst. Ordinary cow is sold at ₦550k. renoomokri NGSuperEagles This is actually not right regarding this failure to our dear mbuhari

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botched campaign.Ifreke Inyang It felt like an abrupt plane crash.Super Eagles legends Joshua Odeyemi Sun, 23 Jan 2022 08:20:43 GMT The Super Eagles of Nigeria are flying high at the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Championship in Cameroon having put all their group opponents to the sword on their way to set up a round-of-16 clash with Tunisia.Opinion Nigerians are very bad losers in politics, sports or both.

The Nigerian side had become the most favoured bride of corporate organisations who scrambled to motivate the national team with monetary incentives and choice landed properties. The latest to join the trend was RevolutionPlus Property whose Group Managing Director, Bamidele Onalaja had promised the team N1million per goal all through the knockout stages of the AFCON 2021. And a stinging silence spread through expectant football fans on Sunday night. In a video call before the Tunisia game with Musa, he also said each member of the team (players and officials) will get a plot of land each in any location of their choice (Lagos, Abuja, Abeokuta, Port Harcourt, Ibadan). Agony of Abuja street cleaners Players like William Troost-Ekong, Moses Simon, Joe Aribo, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi are ticking the boxes for the Super Eagles who are having one of their best tournaments in recent years at present. Meanwhile, Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa had confirmed the receipt of N4 million promised to the team for their victories over Liberia and Cape Verde at the qualifiers for the 2021 African Nations Cup. This was not the script. The team scored 4 goals in both matches. Austin Eguavoen, Technical Director of the Super Eagles and interim coach of the team won the best coach award.

RevolutionPlus Property became the official real Estate Partner of the Super Eagles in June 2021 and since then the organization has been on active campaigns to support the Super Eagles, NFF and other National Teams. The Super Eagles came into the encounter as the only team that , while the Carthage Eagles managed just one win and barely snuck into the knockout rounds. He has since appeared in over 250 Premier League matches for Portsmouth, Middlesbrough, Everton, and Blackburn Rovers, and is the fourth highest African goalscorer in Premier League history with 96 goals. It will be recalled that in a video made public by the Nigeria Football Federation Media team on Thursday, the Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, at the Eagles camp in Garoua, said the national team will get the Naira equivalent of $50,000 for every goal scored in every match won in the AFCON knockout phase. Emefiele announced he was delivering the message on behalf of the Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID), which is an amalgamation of big players in the private sector. But Tunisia assistant coach, Jalel Kadri, didn’t get that memo. The body was originally set up to help the government fight against the coronavirus pandemic but Emefiele said with the joy the Super Eagles are giving Nigerians with their AFCON performance, it was considered good to motivate the team the more. In September 2000, Yakubu featured in Nigeria’s squad for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Australia. Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information. “We know Nigeria are very strong and very fast in the wings,” Kadri said at the post-match press conference. It should be noted that no other factor unifies Nigerians more than football, especially when the country is competing on a continental or global stage.

Quality journalism costs money. Today, we're asking that you support us to do more. And we also know they have difficulties when they lose the ball. He also played against the hosts Australia on 16 September in Sydney as his side won 3–2 but did not play on 19 September as they drew with Italy in Adelaide. Your support means that Daily Trust can keep offering journalism to everyone in the world. . Two minutes after the half-time break, Youssef Msakni unleashed what looked like a speculative effort, but goalkeeper Maduka Okoye fumbled it into his net.