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Let’s Go Super Eagles! Guinness Places $2,000 Reward on Each Super Eagles Goal Against Ethiopia’s Walya Antelopes



Guinness Fly with the Eagles Campaign - BellaNaija - October 2013Guinness, official sponsors of the Nigeria Super Eagles, once again reaffirms its commitment to the success of the Super Eagles and urges Nigerians to stand behind the team on their march to victory and as they engage the Walya Antelopes from Ethiopia.

In support of this, the brand of choice, Guinness recently announced a $2,000 reward for each goal scored by the National team against Ethiopia in this weekend’s 2014 FIFA World Cup playoff match.

Nigeria is ranked 36th in the world and 4th in Africa currently and with the Antelopes a distant 93rd in the FIFA rankings, the Eagles have a formidable side to play against.

On paper, Ethiopia is an emerging force in African football. They qualified for the last Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa after a 31-year absence and finished top of their World Cup qualifying group ahead of Bafana Bafana, even after being docked three points for fielding an ineligible player.

The Super Eagles defeated the Flames of Malawi to progress to the next round of qualifying matches and thanks to the unflinching support from Guinness and the massive support of millions of Nigerians, we have progressed this far.

Once again, let us stand together and show solidarity with the team as they take on their next challenge.

Go For Gold Eagles…We are Behind You!
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  1. Eve82

    October 12, 2013 at 2:46 pm

    I would like to go to Brazil next year…Super Eagles please try and qualify for World Cup!

  2. press man

    October 13, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    What a grate motivation. Let’s go boys we can do it.


    October 13, 2013 at 5:06 pm

    we are just a point away from BRAZIL 2014, all Glory to God Almighty

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