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Nigerians to watch Super Eagles, Pharaohs for N1,000, N300

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Football fans who want to watch the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match between Nigeria and Egypt, will have to pay N1,000 and N300 for covered seats and popular stand respectively.

NFF marketing officials told thenff.com on Thursday, that the prices remain unchanged from the Super Eagels game against Chad, which was played at the same venue in June 2015.

The 25,000 capacity Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna is currently undergoing renovation work ahead of the game, but interim coach, Samson Siasia, has already expressed his satisfaction with the playing turf and other areas.

Nigeria host the Pharaohs on March 25, before travelling for the return leg in Alexandria four days later.

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PHOTOS: FG welcomes Super Eagles with breakfast

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The Super Eagles have arrived in the Federal Capital Territory after their second-place finish at the just concluded African Cup of Nations final.

Players including Alex Iwobi, Ahmed Musa, Victor Osimhen, Ola Aina, Frank Onyeka, Calvin Bassey, Ademola Lookman, Kenneth Omeruo, Joe Aribo and Williams Troost-Ekong were at the welcome breakfast at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja.

Members of the coaching crew are also at the breakfast.

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‘The Ivory Coast We Beat In The Group Stages Are Not The Same Ones We’ll Be Facing Today’

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“This is the kind of match where if either teams play the way they have been playing since the tournament begin, they should forget it.

If Osimhen doesn’t direct one of his 20 headers into the net and Lookman see free space to smash ball into net but wants to use his short legs to do a Papilo round the keeper, wo, we should forget it.

They should take their chances as they come and fast enough or else wahala go dey.

The Ivory Coast we beat in the group stages are not the same ones we will be facing. Those ones have extra motivation to win having come this far against all odds.

They have home advantage psychology. With thousands and thousands of their fans gingering them.

And they are looking for revenge.

Like I said, if we don’t take our chances, anything our eye see, we should take it as the will of God.”

— Hymar Idibie 🖊️

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