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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:54 am 
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Nigerians iin London will not pay to see the game. I'll be surprised in they get 2000 paid tickets.


i wonder where in world nigerians will pay for an event that is not packaged and marketed properly through right media and channel. .not all are die hard super eagles fan like you.
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need to see the aggressive and marketing skills basketmouth comedian is putting into promoting his london 10,000 seated show..sure he will almost sell out
Abi o. That 'Mama Charlie' advert is nuts. The number of people I've given the link just for the humour alone should sell him a whole bunch of tickets.

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ood marketing and promotions London nigerians will buy . for starters am ready to buy ticket .where should i go .for a proposed games in 6weeks with no venue sorted yet... how can promotion start?.
Nothing to add. They don't want to invest the resources in promotion.


And just for the heck of it, here's the 2017 Basketmouth TV ad that's got everyone talking:



It wasn't done for free but will definitely pay off.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 12:32 pm 
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Nigeria v Ghana in London in March as well.


I heard Nigeria v Ivory Coast o. In London. Which one is true?

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:57 pm 
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papilo wrote:
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Nigeria v Ghana in London in March as well.


I heard Nigeria v Ivory Coast o. In London. Which one is true?

According to Africanfootball.com Nigeria also wanted to play Burkina Faso

http://africanfootball.com/news/688265/ ... -in-London

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:30 am 
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papilo wrote:
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Nigeria v Ghana in London in March as well.


I heard Nigeria v Ivory Coast o. In London. Which one is true?



Ivory Coast is playing Russia and Senegal.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:39 am 
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Any top African team, including Morocco, will do :!:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:58 am 
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Any top African team, including Morocco, will do :!:


Cheers.


According to some media, Morocco is scheduled to play Burkina Faso and I believe it is in the continent which will preclude any of them playing that week in Europe according to FIFA rules. Hopefully, the Ghana game comes through or there is another opponent.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:08 am 
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Enugu II wrote:
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Any top African team, including Morocco, will do :!:


Cheers.


According to some media, Morocco is scheduled to play Burkina Faso and I believe it is in the continent which will preclude any of them playing that week in Europe according to FIFA rules. Hopefully, the Ghana game comes through or there is another opponent.


By God's Grace we will play Ghana (thanks to NFF) :D

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:11 pm 
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I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

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Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013

Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:51 am 
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kenmega wrote:
I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

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Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013

Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


With less than a month to go 'nothing has been cast in stone'?
Our NFF is a bunch of clowns.
They had enough time to get the organization done.
I just hope we we will see these 2 friendlies.
We have a good team but that needs to get in shape for the Cameroon encounters.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:19 am 
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DAgrin wrote:
kenmega wrote:
I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

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Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013

Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


With less than a month to go 'nothing has been cast in stone'?
Our NFF is a bunch of clowns.
They had enough time to get the organization done.
I just hope we we will see these 2 friendlies.
We have a good team but that needs to get in shape for the Cameroon encounters.


Spoke to the people at Barnet Fc and they are waiting for a response from NFF....


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 1:38 pm 
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Probably be Craven Cottage like the last several friendlies.


or it could be Millwall - personally as its 2 Africans teams i would prefer a smaller stadium that can easily sell out.with good football atmosphere not more than 15-20k capacity.


Not much difference between Millwall's ground and Craven Cottage in terms of capacity. I get your point though and I agree. Barnet's ground has a capacity of just over 5000 and it was built not too long ago. I don't know who is organizing the game but
the training ground is also in the complex which is good for logistics and saves money.


Looks like the organizers listened to me. They are probably members of this forum.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39103940

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papilo wrote:
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Probably be Craven Cottage like the last several friendlies.


or it could be Millwall - personally as its 2 Africans teams i would prefer a smaller stadium that can easily sell out.with good football atmosphere not more than 15-20k capacity.


Not much difference between Millwall's ground and Craven Cottage in terms of capacity. I get your point though and I agree. Barnet's ground has a capacity of just over 5000 and it was built not too long ago. I don't know who is organizing the game but
the training ground is also in the complex which is good for logistics and saves money.


Looks like the organizers listened to me. They are probably members of this forum.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39103940


am sure they are part of this forum. Barnet is decent enough to host games - considering cost and nff pocket. Better start publicity and marketing then.


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So when will we be expecting the team list?


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never hold your breaths for UK CEs.. they prefer to sit in their homes and come up with excuses

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:17 pm 
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kenmega wrote:
I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

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Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013

Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


They are arranging to play an international match in a 5000 capacity stadium ? why don't they play in the park? If Pastor Ashimolowo can attract 30000 people to church than our own NFF should be able to attract the same number for a football event.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:49 pm 
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kenmega wrote:
I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

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Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013

Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


They are arranging to play an international match in a 5000 capacity stadium ? why don't they play in the park? If Pastor Ashimolowo can attract 30000 people to church than our own NFF should be able to attract the same number for a football event.



You behind your computer, have you gone to any Nigeria match in the past 10 years? :D

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It wasn't done for free but will definitely pay off.


LOL @ mama charley

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metalalloy wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
kenmega wrote:
I used to have a season ticket at Barnet FC but this could work for both teams...

http://allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=22183

Quote:
Nigerian Federation In Talks With Barnet FC Over Hosting Of Friendly Against Senegal

According to information gathered by allnigeriasoccer.com, the Nigeria Football Federation are in talks with EFL League Two club Barnet F.C over the hosting of the international friendly between the Super Eagles and fellow African powerhouse Senegal next month.

Nothing has been cast in stone yet, but barring any last minute changes the two West African teams will square off at the Hive Stadium, home ground of The Bees, on March 23, 2017.

The Hive Stadium has an official capacity of 5,176 and was opened in July 2013


Nigeria’s other friendly against Burkina Faso is also scheduled to take place at the Hive Stadium, four days after the warm-up game with Senegal.

Four players of Nigerian descent John Akinde, Simeon Akinola, Justin Amaluzor and Fumnaya Shomotun play for the first team of Barnet.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel


They are arranging to play an international match in a 5000 capacity stadium ? why don't they play in the park? If Pastor Ashimolowo can attract 30000 people to church than our own NFF should be able to attract the same number for a football event.



You behind your computer, have you gone to any Nigeria match in the past 10 years? :D


I have every single game except the Brentford massacre and the 9ja vs Scotland match before the last World Cup in protest of the team selection by the late coach. I have put the guys On notice for the upcoming games without confirmation of the venue how crap it that.


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papilo wrote:
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walesvilla wrote:
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Probably be Craven Cottage like the last several friendlies.


or it could be Millwall - personally as its 2 Africans teams i would prefer a smaller stadium that can easily sell out.with good football atmosphere not more than 15-20k capacity.


Not much difference between Millwall's ground and Craven Cottage in terms of capacity. I get your point though and I agree. Barnet's ground has a capacity of just over 5000 and it was built not too long ago. I don't know who is organizing the game but
the training ground is also in the complex which is good for logistics and saves money.


Looks like the organizers listened to me. They are probably members of this forum.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39103940


I sent your message to the Barnet FC chairman 8-)


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walesvilla wrote:
papilo wrote:
papilo wrote:
walesvilla wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
Probably be Craven Cottage like the last several friendlies.


or it could be Millwall - personally as its 2 Africans teams i would prefer a smaller stadium that can easily sell out.with good football atmosphere not more than 15-20k capacity.


Not much difference between Millwall's ground and Craven Cottage in terms of capacity. I get your point though and I agree. Barnet's ground has a capacity of just over 5000 and it was built not too long ago. I don't know who is organizing the game but
the training ground is also in the complex which is good for logistics and saves money.


Looks like the organizers listened to me. They are probably members of this forum.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/39103940


am sure they are part of this forum. Barnet is decent enough to host games - considering cost and nff pocket. Better start publicity and marketing then.


I agree...I visited Barnet FC's new stadium recently and the facilities are pretty decent to host 5000 supporters and this should be good for everyone. I will be there and hoping to meet Kelechi from Arsenal Fan TV....


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I went on Barnet FC website no information on ticket sales..... so what we turn up on the day and purchase at the gate? Why are we always different????


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never hold your breaths for UK CEs.. they prefer to sit in their homes and come up with excuses

I have to agree with you there, no one needs to talk to me about marketing when the Super Eagles are in town

I still remember the World Cup in Johannesburg when my Nigerian green flag and jersey was drowned by a sea of Albiceleste blue jersey and songs

I doubt these guys were waiting for the right package deal before finding their way to Joburg and turning Ellis Park into Stadio Monumental

Even the CHAN in Cape Town, we were outnumbered except for one game against Ghana

Having said all these, the organisers themselves need to come correct and give people the correct information, how hard is that?

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I went on Barnet FC website no information on ticket sales..... so what we turn up on the day and purchase at the gate? Why are we always different????


Patience bros. I don't even think the games have been confirmed by the nff and there are probably last minute details to sought out with other parties e.g. the police before the game is officially announced on the Barnet website.

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