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2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Thrash Academy Side 5-0 In Friendly Game

2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Thrash Academy Side 5-0 In Friendly Game

Flying Eagles of Nigeria on Thursday thrashed Paul E Sports Academy 5-0 in a friendly game, as part of preparations for next year’s U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

Jonas Emmanuel opened the scoring in the 10th minute while Emmanuel Ekpenyong doubled the lead eight minutes before half time.

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Substitute Obiakor Ifeshinachi bagged a brace in 65th and 71st minutes before Badamasi Umar set up Abdurahman Adam to complete the comprehensive victory for the seven-time African champions.

Flying Eagles coach Ladan Bosso and his crew will continue the re-building process as the two-time World Cup runners-up play Capital FC on Friday and Kebbi-Selected team on Saturday.

The U-20 Africa Cup of Nations will take place 18th February – 12th March, 2023 in Egypt.

The top four teams will qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup scheduled to take place in Indonesia 20th May – 11th June next year.

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  • Greenturf 2 months ago

    My focus for now are the golden eaglets and the flying eagles I still think in this group we have plenty of talents to fill the voids in the super eagles.
    With the new players scoring as many as five we have an interesting group and hope for the future.
    The most important thing of note is the resumption of camp which started 3 months before the start of the playoffs a change from the usual 2 weeks in Pinnick’s era.
    Kudos to Gusua for this laudable development.

     
    • Yea, we need these guys drafted to the senior team(SE) particularly the guys in the current Flying Eagles. They impressed at the WAFU zone B in June and are far mire skillful, faster and fresher than many of the SE players.

       
      • @Tony, Really? They’re more skillful? This is lovely to hear. Please tell me more abeg. Tell me about the players as well, I haven’t had the opportunity to watch them play. 

         
  • The Flying Eagles of Nigeria have a promising future ahead of them in, 2023. With hard work, drive, focus and concentration, they will qualify for the World Cup.

    Good luck to the team!