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2022 WCQ: Ejuke First Player To Arrive Eagles Camp Ahead Double- Header With CAR

2022 WCQ: Ejuke First Player To Arrive Eagles Camp Ahead Double- Header With CAR

CSKA Moscow forward Chidera Ejuke is the first player to arrive the Super Eagles camp ahead of Group C 2022 World Cup qualifying double header with Central African Republic (CAR), Completesports.com reports.

Ejuke’s arrival was confirmed on the Eagles’ official Facebook page on Monday morning.

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“Update! Chidera Ejuke is the first player to hit camp. #SoarSuperEagles #team9jastrong.”

The Eagles will host Central African Republic in Lagos on Thursday October 7th in the first of two legs.

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They will then travel away for the reverse fixture billed for Sunday October 10th.

After two rounds of games in the qualifiers, the Eagles top Group C after winning their opening two games against Liberia  and Cape Verde.

Meanwhile, the trio of Wilfred Ndidi, Oghenekaro Etebo and Terem Moffi have been ruled out of the fixtures with CAR due to injury.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Chima E Samuels 3 weeks ago

    Ejuke the new Entertainer of the team. I hope to see him in the starting eleven or early in the second half. Ejuke is very reliable and will add to our firepower of Aribo, Osihmen and Iheanacho. We have no excuse not to decapitate CAR!

     
    • Musa Kashere 3 weeks ago

      Actually he’s a nice player is a kind of player that eagles needs most bcos he hold the ball douse tension and also move fast

       
  • TALK UR OWN 3 weeks ago

    Good boy

     
  • Lets keep encouraging this guy to improve his game. Let his dribble runs yield goals and assists so bigger clubs will come for him and he will play on a larger stage.
    In most games he plays for his club, he is unplayable. The opponents cant touch him and I want him to keep developing himself so when he encounters bigger teams and better players he will do the same to them.
    Just like okocha, kanu and chukwueze. They dont care who you are or which team they are playing against they will always show their class. That’s what I want for ejuke.

     
  • pompei 3 weeks ago

    Ebe-anistic. The Ebe-anesque one is obviously taking these qualifiers very seriously. No time.