Super Eagles Dollar rain on home based players

The NFF approved $2,000 for each of the members of the Super Eagles Team B for qualifying for CHAN

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Sunday Oliseh and Super Eagles players play The NFF approved $2,000 for each of the members of the Super Eagles Team B (Footballlive)
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The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have approved the sum of $2,000 for each member of home based Super Eagles players for qualifying for the 2016 African Nations Championship in Rwanda.

The Super Eagles held Burkina Faso to a goalless draw on Sunday, October 25 to seal the qualification after a 2-0 win in the first leg played in Nigeria.

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The squad was entitled to $1,000 per player for the qualification but the NFF approved that the players should be paid the extra sum as qualification bonus.

The players and coaching staff arrived in Port Harcourt on Monday, October 26 aboard an Arik Air.

Shehu Dikko play Shehu Dikko announced the good news to the squad (Shehu Dikko)


The NFF 2nd Vice President and the League Management Chairman, Shehu Dikko who led the Nigeria delegation announced to the squad about the match bonus.

The Super Eagles Team B join 15 other countries for the tournament in 2016.

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This will be Nigeria’s second appearance at the biennial football showpiece.

The Super Eagles finished third in their debut appearance in South Africa with Ejike Uzoenyi winning the best player’s award.

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