NFF lines six Grade A friendlies for Nigerian national team in 2015

Brazil, and other top five football playing nations lined up in the rebuilding process of the national team.

The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF is planning six grade A friendlies for the country's national team as part of plans for a rebuilding process.

Strategy to reshape the team into winners after the lacklustre effort in qualifying for the 2015 Nations Cup in Equatorial Guinea includes Grade A friendlies against top playing nations during the FIFA free days.

Already, a tie has been fixed with Brazil with five more to follow against yet to be announced opponents.

The other FIFA windows are June 8-16, August 31 to September 8, October 5-13 and November 9-17.

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