By: Gracious Akujobi
The Nigeria Football Federation is partnering Google for up-class on-line activities for the Super Eagles, and the project is already making some good impact.
Chairman of the NFF Marketing Committee, Deji Tinubu said on Thursday: “The Super Eagles are now active on social media and have official presence on Google+/YouTube. Fans can follow them on www.google.com/+SuperEagles and www.youtube.com/NigeriaSuperEagles for
On Wednesday, several thousands of fans across the globe joined the players and their coaches online in a special Google+ video chat ahead of the clash with the Flames of Malawi.
Tinubu added: “The launching of a landing page on Google+, which is also connected to a YouTube Channel, will in the medium and long term serve as a principal publicity platform for our international players in the Super Eagles and other National Teams, and will also help with the media campaign at major championships.”
At the FIFA Confederations Cup tournament in Brazil in the summer, the Google+ team executed two Hangout sessions with the Super Eagles, and posted exclusive pictures of the event on Super Eagles Google+ page.