The 2018 World Cup qualifiers came to a positive end for the Super Eagles on Friday in Constantine, Algeria. Though the match was played out on a bumpy pitch in Rabah Madjer's latest stint as Algeria coach, Gernot Rohr sent out a team that got the desired result.
How Super Eagles Fared Against Algeria
Premium Times, 11 November 2017
The 2018 World Cup qualifiers came to a positive end for the Super Eagles on Friday in Constantine, Algeria. Though the match was played out on a bumpy pitch in Rabah Madjer's… Read more »
2018 World Cup Qualifiers - Nigeria Shares Spoils With Algeria in Final Clash
Premium Times, 10 November 2017
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have finished their World Cup qualifier with no defeat as they played out a 1-1 draw against Algeria on Friday night in Constantine. Read more »
The Super Eagles squad for the 2019 AFCON qualifying match against Bafana Bafana of South Africa, in Uyo.
Algeria's coach Rabah Madjer has said that his team will not play the game like a friendly match. The Super Eagles, who have already booked their World Cup place in Russia, will ... Read more »
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has released a squad of 25 players for the Algeria and Argentina clashes. The football team will visit Algeria next week in a 2018 FIFA World Cup ... Read more »
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