1. NFF President Receives Contingents on Arrival at Johannesburg Airport .

It could be recalled that the President did not follow the chartered aircraft to south Africa, The 1st vice president of CAF came into capital city of South Africa before the contingents arrived .
Twenty three players and as well board members of Nigeria football Federation led by Alhaji Shehu Dikko also lodged in the same hotel  which is capital hotel in capital city of Johannesburg.

2. Super Eagles Set For First Training Session On South African Soil After Landing In Johannesburg

Nigeria’s National Team flew into Johannesburg in the early hours of Friday morning ahead of an eagerly anticipated 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against South Africa, allnigeriasoccer.com reports.
The Super Eagles players and officials have been booked in to stay at Capital Hotel/Apartment in Katherine street in Sandton situated in the Johannesburg Municipality.

3. What Super Eagles Coach Rohr Said Before Departure To Johannesburg : Injuries, Outright Victory

Manager Gernot Rohr has played down speculations that there are injury worries for the Super Eagles ahead of Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa in Johannesburg, other than the players who earlier withdrew from the squad.
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Everton loanee Henry Onyekuru was pictured with his left ankle wrapped with an ice pack after training on Thursday, fueling speculation that he’s doubtful for the game but Rohr has brought good news on the fitness of the entire squad.

4. PICTURES: Eagles Arrive in Jo’burg, Omeruo Insists It’s Revenge Mission Vs Bafana

The Super Eagles of Nigeria arrived the O. R. Tambo International Airport Airport , Gauteng – the outskirt of Johannesburg, in the early hours of Friday morning beaming with stronger confidence of accomplishing their mission in Saturday’s 2019 AFCON qualifier against the Bafana Bafana, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

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Central defender, Kenneth Omeruo speaking to CSN shortly after the team’s arrival in Johannesburg.

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5. Castle Lager partners with African giants to #SmashTheLabel and say no to Xenophobia

Over the years, Castle Lager has established its place in South African communities as a brand which celebrates unity, bringing friends together and creating a spirit of solidarity. The #SmashTheLabel campaign is a true testament to the Castle Lager brand ethos, which is to celebrate diversity and take a stand against stereotypes.

The striking #SmashTheLabel movement was launched in July of 2018, calling on all South Africans to look beyond stereotypes and unite against any form of discrimination. “Castle Lager is using #SmashTheLabel as a platform to open conversations and encourage South Africans to stand against any form of stereotypes, including xenophobia.  The brand believes in the spirit of Ubuntu and wants to motivate all South Africans to follow suit. In addition to that, we are grateful that through our partnership with the national team, we are able to work together for a good cause. We trust that the two teams will deliver an exciting fixture and we wish the boys well.” said Castle Lager’s Brand Director, Vaughan Croeser

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