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The Super Eagles of Nigeria host Algeria on Saturday, November 12 in the matchday two of the World Cup qualifiers.

Ahead of the clash, the NFF according to have sent flight tickets to the foreign-based members of the Super Eagles squad.

The NFF are looking to avoid the drama that engulfed the Super Eagles before their 2-1 win at Zambia in the opening round of the World Cup qualifiers.

Pulse Sports that the NFF pleaded with players to fly economy while they were coming into the country ahead of the Zambia clash.

Those who flew first class were asked to pay the balance themselves.

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While the NFF have since reimbursed the players, it is not known if they have settled their N300m debt owed to flight agents

Pulse Sports learnt that the NFF were soliciting for funds to pay the sum of over N300m owed to sports agent who booked flights for Super Eagles players for previous national engagements.