Despite missing out of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, the Super Eagles will be kept busy, according to the NFF General. Secretary, Musa Amadu, as reported by Supersport.com
This is according to the NFF’s General Secretary, Musa Amadu, in an interview in Abuja .
Though he refused to comment about the future of the technical staff, Amadu pointed out that “the glory of the national teams will be on the front burner of the Federation”.
“Next year there are going to be at least 10 FIFA windows. We intend to fill those windows with quality friendly matches. The coaching crew will use the matches to look at players that will bring back the lost glory of the national team.”
He also added: “We also know that the home-based Super Eagles will be involved in CHAN qualifiers and from what we saw in their match against the Black Meteors of Ghana in Uyo, we have the potential of raising a good team to do us proud when the CHAN qualifiers begin.”
In addition to securing friendlies for Siasia’s U23 team, which he called the second most important team in the country, the big wig also relayed: “We have qualifiers for the All Africa Games and the Olympic Games, (and) we will do everything possible to ensure that we give support to these teams, including the Super Falcons.”
Certainly, 2015 is going to be a very busy year and a year we will try as much as possible to excel in these various competitions,” Amadu added.