2022 World Cup Qualifier: Super Eagles May Play Liberia Outside The Country
By Sampson Adedeji
As the countries across the continent of Africa continue to gear up for the commencement of the 2022 World Cup qualifier, African soccer governing body has placed ban on some stadia in the continent, BSNSports.com.ng reports.
The football body on Monday afternoon placed ban on stadia in Mali, Namibia, Central African Republic, Malawi and Liberia.
Stadiums in these countries have failed to secure the approval of the security and safety department of CAF.
To this end, Liberia who is in the same group with Nigeria’s Super Eagles for the qualifier might play their home game away from home.
The Lone Stars of Liberia will face Super Eagles in Nigeria in the match day one of the qualifier.