Confederation of African Football, CAF, has not officially notified the Nigeria Football Federation about the postponement of the Super Eagles versus Sierra Leone African Nations Cup qualifier double header matches.
CAF last week postponed all the 2021 African Nations Cup qualifiers due to the fear of endemic coronavirus.
A reliable source from the Nigeria Football Federation made this statement when he was asked about the cancelation of the March 27 Super Eagles home game against Sierra Leone.
According to the source, until CAF writes the federation, he can not comment on the postponement of the game.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles are topping group L table with 6 points from two matches and are scheduled to play the home and away matches against Sierra Leone before CAF announced postponement of all 2021 African Nations Cup qualifying matches.
Group L consists of Nigeria, Benin Republic, Sierra Leone and Lesotho.
Compiled by Egbe Buduzhi
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