Covid-19: We’ll Reduce Number Of Staff That Will Travel With S’Eagles – Pinnick

Covid-19 Staff Travel S'Eagles

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick has disclosed that they would reduce the number of staff that will fly with the Super Eagles ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone on March 27 in Asaba.

Pinnick stated this during an interview on Brilla FM, where he said that the football body are working in synergy with the Federal Ministry of Health and Disease Control Unit to ensure that the players' health are not under risk.

The former Delta State Sports administrator also noted that they are monitoring the situation of the coronavirus in Sierra Leone.

“We’ve already started to interface with the Federal Ministry of health and the disease control unit, and we are talking. At the moment, we have not monitored whether there is Coronavirus in Sierra Leone,” Pinnick told Brila FM.

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“What we have done is we have already gotten a charter. We are going to reduce the number of people that will fly with the Super Eagles. We want to reduce as many contacts as possible.”

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