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FIFA Gives Go-ahead For Nigeria, Argentina Friendly

FIFA, has given approval for the  prestige international friendly between Nigeria and Argentina to go  ahead as scheduled in Krasnodar, Russia on Tuesday, 14th November 2017.

This was contained in a letter forwarded to the Football Union of  Russia, addressed to the General Secretary, Aleksandr Alaev, and signed  by FIFA’s Director of Competitions, Christian Unger.

The read, inter alia: “FIFA would like  to thank you for complying with the Regulations Governing International  Matches by submitting the relevant information and authorisations for  the following tier 1 international match: Argentina Vs Nigeria,  Krasnodar Stadium, Krasnodar, 14 November 2017.

“In accordance with article 7 of the regulations, FIFA is happy to  provide official authorisation for this men’s tier 1 international  match.

“Please note that this authorisation is conditional upon FIFA  receiving details of the referees who will officiate in the stated  match. We will confirm authorisation once the referee details have been  received and checked. We would like to remind you that only referees  included in the 2017 FIFA Refereeing Lists can officiate in an  international “A” match.

“We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that in  accordance with article 12 of the Regulations Governing International  Matches, your association is required to ensure that a completed  association report, list of players for both teams and the referee  report are submitted to FIFA within 48 hours of each international “A” match.”

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