Pinnick Lays Out Plans For Nigerian Football During Covid-19 Pandemic

The NFF president Amaju Pinnick has revealed the body’s plan for football in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

In a series of tweets, Pinnick outlined the plans for the national teams while also confirming four coronavirus cases at the body’s headquaters in Abuja.

The NFF boss revealed that the Super Eagles will face the Elephants of Cote’d Ivoire and Catarge Eagles of Tunisia with the games set for the 9th and 13th of October, 2020 respectively.

He also outlined the plan to hire a coach for the women’s nation team as well as the new kits for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

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In a related development Pinnick also confirmed that four workers of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have been infected with coronavirus (COVID-19).

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