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NFF has appealed to fans to steer clear of the Moshood Abiola Stadium.

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The Nigeria Football Federation NFF has appealed to fans to steer clear of the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja tomorrow as the Super Eagles host the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone in their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matchday one clash.

The game will be played behind a closed door because of the one-match ban placed on the country by the world football governing body, FIFA over the violence that followed the end of the 2022 FIFA World Cup playoff round against the Black Stars of Ghana in March.

The NFF Secretary-General Mohamed Sanusi clarified that only journalists and important signatories would be allowed into the grounds, reiterating that it is only a match ban, after which they can again start trooping out to support the Super Eagles.

The Super Eagles will travel to Marrakech, Morocco for their match day two encounters against Sao Tome and Principe next week Monday.

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