Guinea Bissau Football Federation has unveiled their official jersey for the double-header clash against the Super Eagles this month, PUNCH Sports Extra reports.
The Eagles are scheduled to play the Djurtus in a two-legged affair as they bid to book their place at the AFCON in Ivory Coast next year.
The first leg holds at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja on March 24, before the Eagles travel to Morocco for the second leg March 28.
Ahead of the game, FFGB on their official Facebook page announced the unveiling of the jerseys for the clash against Nigeria.
“Operation Nigeria: ‘Caito Weaver’ delivers official Djurtus T-Shirts to President of Court of Accounts,” a statement reads on their Facebook page.
“The President of the Guinea-Bissau Football Federation, Carlos Alberto Mendes Teixeira, handed over the official jerseys of the Guinea Bissau national team to the President of the Court of Accounts, Amadu Tidjane Baldé Baldé
“The visit of the delegation of the Football Federation of Guinea-Bissau, headed by its president, “Caito Teixeira”, to the court of accounts served for the federal leader to invite the president of the court of accounts to support the national team “Djurtus” that is seeking qualification for the final stage of the cup of the nations of Africa.
“Guinea-Bissau will play their game at home, at the National Stadium September 24, in Bissau on March 27, in the second-hand match, and on the 24th of this month, Guinea-Bissau will face the same national team, in Nigeria, in the first-hand match of the group A.”
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