The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) says Fifa’s choice to progress $2 million in prize cash will enable the nation’s players ‘to center exclusively around football on the pitch’ in Russia. The Confederation of African Football (Caf) said the money will help each of the five of Africa’s delegates – Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia – plan for the competition.
The Super Eagles were engaged with an extended debate in front of the 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil and a reward push likewise upset their World Cup battle in 2014.
Be that as it may, NFF representative Ademola Olajire trusts the accessibility of this cash will help in their mission to deflect a reward push in Russia. “We’ve had issues before and the NFF has just worked out an installment mode for the group, yet this cash will help place everything into shape,” he revealed to BBC Sport. “It will help our players to center exclusively around football on the contribute Russia and not manage the diversion of when the reward will arrive.”