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Amaju Pinnick, NFF enlists the achievements Nigerian football family recorded in the year 2014 thus far.
Here’s what NFF had to share regarding their achievements for 2014:
“On behalf of the members of Executive Committee, management and staff of the NFF, and the entire Nigeria football family, the President, Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and a very prosperous Year 2015.
“Year 2014 was loaded with a number of remarkable achievements by Nigeria football, with the Super Eagles B winning bronze at a first –ever outing at the African Nations Championship and the Super Eagles main team reaching the Round of 16 at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
“The women then took over brilliantly, with the U-20 girls (Falconets) cruising to the final of their World Cup in Canada and the senior women (Super Falcons) lifting a seventh African title to qualify for their World Cup, also coming up in Canada, in 2015.
“The under-age men’s teams have not been left out, with the U-17 boys (Golden Eaglets, world champions) qualifying for the 2015 African U-17 Championship billed for Niger next year and the U-20 boys (Flying Eagles) making it to the 2015 African Youth Championship to be staged in Senegal.
“There were also a number of challenges that stressed the fabric of the Nigeria game, but we are happy that we all welcome Year 2015 with peace, joy and commitment to taking Nigeria football to new heights,” the statement said.