Sanusi and NFF committee will meet to discuss Eagles forthcoming World Cup Qualifier game against Cameroon.
Mohammed Sanusi has stated that the technical committee of the NFF will meet with Nigeria’s Sport Minister so as to make necessary plan ahead of Super Eagles 2018 World Cup Qualifier against Cameroon.
Nigeria’s 0-2 lost to Bafana Bafana of South Africa has brought concerns over the attitude of the players and how they’re going to perform in the coming game against Cameroon.
Though the head coach of the Super Eagles who praised the team which was full of young talents, for doing well in the first half, have said that they need to move on and focus on the task ahead.
Rohr also stated that more experienced players will feature in the game against Cameroon.
But the NFF has decided to devise a means to plan for the future.
NFF Secretary General Mohammed Sanusi said: “The NFF Committee will be meeting with the Sports Minister concerning plans for the World Cup Qualifier against Cameroon.
“We need to plan to win Cameroon, the government is trying as much as they can to support the growth of sport in the country and I’m urging the private companies to support the government in this strategic development.
Nigeria will face Cameroon in their third game in the 2018 World Cup Qualifier on the 28th of August.