#Brazil2014: Eagles to be paid 10m per goal scored against Argentina



The Super Eagles received a massive boost for the Qualification as, NFF has promised to give 10million whooping reward for any goal scored against Argentina in their last Group F qualifying match Wednesday.

The Eagles is second on the log, and are poised to move into the second round if they hold the Argentines to a draw. But, if the Stephen Keshi-led team beat Argentina, they would top their group with Argentina finishing second. And to encourage the team to dig into their arsenal and score more goals, there are Nigerians here who are flashing credit cards and have promised to open their vaults to reward the Eagles.

Board member and chairman of Media Committee of NFF, Emeka Inyamah confirmed Monday that a Nigerian has promised to pay N10 million for each goal.

Inyamah said that the promise has nothing to do with the S10,000 dollars winning bonus for each player. “All financial agreements with the team have been met by the NFF.

Their other monies are ready. We are fully prepared to back them to go all the way”, he said. Inyamah informed that the spirit in camp was high as there were no distractions. “We’re confident that the Eagles will beat Argentina”, Inyamah wished


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