Super Eagles hit by visa hitch ahead of Belgium friendlies

League (NFPL) and some officials will not fly out to Belgium on Sunday as planned, as they failed to get entry visas.
The Super Eagles are scheduled to play two friendly games against DR Congo and Cameroon on October 8 and 11respectively in Belgium, as they continue to prepare for a 2018 World Cup qualifier against either Swaziland or Djibouti next month.

However, the team has been hit by a visa hitch, which has disrupted travel plans.

“The Belgian embassy did not issue the visas on Friday as promised. They claimed that they are yet to get approval from the home office,” a source informed AfricanFootball.

“The departure of the home-based players and officials will therefore not be possible forSunday night again.”

Report: Jerked Inyang
Source: Daily Post


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