The Executive Governor of the Delta State has pumped the eagles with special incentives if they make a case against Bafana Bafana
The Super Eagles will not have motivated issues when they meet South Africa at FNB Stadium, Johannesburg after Governor Ifeanyi Okowa promised to give the team $ 25,000 for each goal they made in the match.
Gernot Rohr's men go into Saturday games with a relaxed mind and know that a range will be enough to guarantee them a place in Africa's football celebrations stuck in Cameroon and they have resumed preparations for the fixture with 22 players already in Asaba sweating it before thursday trip.
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The Governor of the Delta State who picked up the eagles during their training at Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba on Tuesday night, asked them to be good ambassadors and to make their Afcon qualifications easier by getting the necessary results.
"I'm glad to have Super Eagles here in Asaba. We hope you make Asaba your home, and as people, we'll begin to follow your progress even closer," Okowa addressed
"We appreciate the gigantic advances Nigerian Football promises NFF leadership to make Delta State a part of its success story. For each goal scored by the Super Eagles in Johannesburg on Saturday, we promise a $ 25,000 reward. The limit for the number of goals you score on Saturday, try and make as many points as possible. "