The Super Eagles players have rejected moved by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to move the teams? friendly match against Burkina Faso to Morocco, following the inability of the members of the Burkina Faso team to obtain entry visa to London, where the international friendly was initially billed to take place. The NFF were forced to announce the cancellation of the match, when it became obvious that the Burkinabes faced visa hitches as there was no British embassy in Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso. The AUTHORITY gathered that the Burkina faso FA had requested that the Super Eagles be moved to Morocco where they Etalions were already playing a friendly with the Atlas Lions to ensure that the game went on, but the proposal, which was agreed to by the NFF was turned down by the Eagles players on personal grounds. Morocco brushed aside Burkina Faso 2-0 in an international friendly match at the Stade de Marrakech in Marrakech on Friday night. NFF sources told The AUTHORITY that after series of discussions with the Burkina Faso football authority, the NFF in their desire to ensure that the game went on as planned agreed to move the team to Morocco, but they met a strong resistance from the majority of the Super Eagles players who raised some personal issues against the request. ?The NFF was still eager to ensure that the match held because of their desire to ensure adequate preparations for the Super Eagles ahead of the 2018 world cup qualifiers against Cameroon. After series of discussions, it was agreed that they will play the match at a different venue outside London, It was agreed that Nigeria should move its team to Morocco for the match, but some key members of the Super Eagles team rejected the offer to travel to Morocco?, disclosed our source.