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FIFA DON APPROVE NIG. VS ARG. FRIENDLY MATCH

World football–governing body, wey be FIFA, don finally approve d international friendly wey Naija go play with Argentina say make e go ahead as dem bin don schedule for  Krasnodar, Russia on Tuesday, 14th November 2017.

Dey yan dis one for d letter wey dem forward give Football Union of Russia, addressed to  General Secretary, Aleksandr Alaev, and na FIFA Director of Competitions, Christian Unger, sign am.

D letter, wey get 31 October 2017 as d date read say; 

“FIFA go like throwey salute thank una based on say una follow d Regulations Governing International Matches as una submit d relevant informate and authorisations for d  following tier 1 international match: Argentina Vs Nigeria, Krasnodar Stadium, Krasnodar, 14 November 2017.

“Following d article 7 of d regulations, FIFA dey very happy to provide official authorisation for dis men’s tier 1 international match.

“Abeg make una know say dis authorisation dey conditional as FIFA wan collect d details of d referees wey go officiate for d match. We go confam authorisation immediately d  referee details don dey received and checked. We for like remind una say  only referees wey dey included for d 2017 FIFA Refereeing Lists fit officiate for international “A” match.

“We go like use dis opportunity take remind U say na article 12 of d Regulations Governing International Matches, na imm we dey follow so and we want make your association get complete report, list of players for both teams and dey for don sub referee report are submitted to FIFA within 48 hours of each international “A” match.”

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