Cape Town - The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has
hailed the Super Eagles for properly conducting themselves for inspection ahead
of the kick-off of the 2014 African Nations Championship.
CAF’s General Coordinator for the Cape Town zone and former
Ghanaian international, Anthony Baffoe who was in the company of famed retired
Mauritius referee, Lee Kim Chong, Lesotho’s Baba Malephane, Cameroon’s Abel
Mbengue, who is in charge of security and other CAF top notch gave the commendation
when he inspected the team at its Garden Court De Waal abode in Cape Town.
“We hardly see teams from Africa and for African tournaments
very organised with everything in place as we have seen of Nigeria, we must
commend you and especially the Nigeria Football Federation for this wonderful
attitude and we urge other countries to borrow a leaf from the way Nigeria do
their things”, he said.
The hall consisting of players and officials of the Super Eagles
responded with a thunderous applause, with Team Administrator, Dayo Enebi Achor
promising to relate the news to the NFF and assuring that it will be sustained.
The 2014 CHAN kicks off on Saturday.