The Indonesian Football Association said the draw that was to be held on Friday had been cancelled.
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The U-17 World Cup was originally slated to take place in Peru and the U-20 World Cup in Indonesia, with FIFA also announcing that both countries will now be hosting the respective tournaments in 2023.
Former Ghana U-20 midfielder, Gladson Awako, has revealed that Nigerian Pastor, TB Joshua, contributed to Ghana’s 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup triumph in Egypt by offering the team prayers before each game and arranging the order of Ghana’s penalty takers in the final against Brazil.
Football’s global governing body FIFA has selected the six venues for the 2021 U-20 World Cup in Indonesia, an official said on Thursday.
Kola Daniels, the Special Assistant to the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare disclosed in a statement in Lagos.
Nnamdi Ofoborh admitted he left the U-20 World Cup with regret, stating: “I thought we could have won it.”
Godwin Bamigboye, board member of FCT Football Association, says the woeful performance of the Flying Eagles of Nigeria in the ongoing U-20 World Cup in Poland was was due to failure of the team to prepare adequately for the tournament.
Nigeria’s retired ace winger, Felix Owolabi and the mercruial midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju, have jointly called for positives from the Flying Eagles ouster from the ongoing U-20 World Cup in Poland.
Nigerian referees were conspicuously missing on the list of match officials for the forthcoming U-20 World Cup, Poland 2019.
A 45-minute rainstorm swept through the stadium and environs just before kick-off, necessitating a delay that actually led to a meeting in which the Match Commissioner, Soudatou Djallo-Kalkaba from Cameroon, had ruled that the match would be played on Sunday
Monica Iheakam, the Media Officer of the team, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday on telephone that the expectation in the team’s camp was to go the extra mile and win against Spain
After a cross from Shehu found Umar at the far side of the box, but his well-controlled, side-footed volley was straight at the keeper
Mali, despite finding themselves 2-0 down, actually dominated possession for most of the first half, but their attack lacked a cutting edge and El Tri goalkeeper Richard Sanchez was rarely called into action
In their opening Group B match at the Kadir Has Stadium, watched by a crowd of 10,428, the Nigerian side rallied from two goals down to give hopes of a stunning comeback
The team arrived Frankfurt international Airport on Tuesday at 5am local time, which is 4am Nigerian time, after a flight of over five hours from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja