- Two Super Eagles squad members were sighted sitting on the bare floor while hunting for WiFi signal in their hotel
- A photo currently trending on the social media suggest that the Super Eagles duo were eager to reach out to friends and family members
- The Nigerian delegations comprising players, officials, and backroom staff are on their way to Kaliningrad at press time
Two Super Eagles squad members were sighted sitting on the bare floor while hunting for WiFi signal at their Sanatorium Istochnik Hotel, according to reports
A photo posted by instablog9ja is currently trending on the social media and it is suggests that the Super Eagles stars in a bid to reach out to friends as well as family members, had no other option than sitting on the floor where the ‘network’ appears to be excellent.
“Super Eagles players seen hunting for WiFi at their hotel in Russia,” were instablog9ja's comment on the post.
However, the Nigerian delegations comprising the players, officials and backroom staff are on their way to Kaliningrad ahead of their first game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup against Croatia on Saturday.
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The encounter is billed for the 35,000–capacity Kaliningrad Arena.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that the head of a Russian legislative committee Tamara Pletnyova has pleaded with compatriots to abstain from 'bedding' non-citizens during the month-long 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.
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According to Pletnyova, who chairs the Family, Women and Children Affairs committee in the lower legislative house, warned that such involvement could lead to a single parent family in future.
“There will be girls who meet men, and then they will give birth. Maybe they will get married, maybe they won’t. But the kids will suffer, just like they suffered (after the 1980 Mosco Olympics),” UK Mirror report, quoted the legislator as saying during an interview on Govorit Moskva radio station.
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