2021 AFCON Qualifier: Sierra Leone Won’t Be Taking For Granted – Pinnick

2021 AFCON Qualifier Sierra Leone

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick has reiterated that the Super Eagles won't take Sierra Leone for granted in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

The game which has been slated for the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba, Delta State, will be the first match Nigeria will play in 2020.

The 2013 AFCON champions are top of Group L on six points after defeating the Squirrels of Benin 2-1 and Crocodiles of Lesotho 4-2.

Pinnick told Goalballlive.com that qualifying for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations remains the priority of the football body.

“Qualifying for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations is an agenda that the football body must fulfill. Interestingly, we have started pretty well by topping a group that consists of Lesotho, Benin, and Sierra Leone,” Pinnick told Goalballlive.com.

“Our priority is to ensure that the Super Eagles pick all three points against Sierra Leone in Asaba so that we can maintain our unbeaten run in the group.

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”There are no minnow in African football and that simply tells you why we must not take Sierra Leone for granted.”

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 years ago

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  1. I only hope the nff stick to their promise this time and desist from constantly laying to Nigerian. Sanusi lied saying the appointment of coaches will be announced first week in February 2020 but this is the last week in February without any information’ I only hope it will be announced as promised. The NFF should note if fail to qualify it is their faults caused by lack of proper planning
    Imaging less than a month to the first leg Nigeria is yet to have a Coach and a team to face Burkina Faso female national U20 teams that have played the preliminary round against Gambia winning 3 goals to two (3-2).The Match against Burkina Faso will take place 20-22 March 2020. Nigerian should begin to see the way our NFF is planning for the qualifiers and the process of full filling their promises of making sure Nigeria perform better this year after series of poor results last year 2019 which the minister (Mr. Dare) mentioned

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