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Bosso Invites Six New Players To Flying Eagles Camp

Bosso Invites Six New Players To Flying Eagles Camp

Flying Eagles head coach Ladan Bosso has invited six new players ahead of the WAFU B U-20 tournament in Niamey, Niger, reports Completesports.com.

Bosso unveiled a 40-man shortlist for the competition on Monday.

The new call-ups are Ayo Adejubu of Shooting stars, Henry Uzodika (Abia Warriors), Hilary Albert (Plateau United) as well as the Kwara United trio of Shola Raheem, Abdulsalam Abdulsalam and Musa Olororo.

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The Flying Eagles opened camp for the competition in Abuja on Monday.

They are in Group B along with the Black Satellites of Ghana and Young Stallions of Burkina Faso.

The competition will kick off in Niamey on May 7.

The two finalists will qualify for the Africa U-20 Nations Cup in Egypt.

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  • Insanity is repeating the same mistakes and expecting a different result. This recycling of failures in Nigeria is a shame. here is a man who has failed on 3 different occasions yet he is reinstated. okay o i dy here dey look wella.

  • Papafem 1 year ago

    The competition starts on May 7, and they are just going to camp now. Yet we want them to perform wonders. If they fail, we will turn the heat on Bosso. This isn’t an existing team. The players are all new to one another. What kind of chemistry are we expecting in 2 weeks? Mind you, I’ve never been a fan of Bosso. But come on, most of the missions these guy has gone to, like many other nigerian national teams, are impossible missions due to lack of preparation. Its appaling.

    • Greenturf 1 year ago

      So would you blame Bosso for non performance in the past if he was given impossible task of preparing a team within two weeks to a major competition??

  • Ako AMADI 1 year ago

    46 players for camping in a tournament starting in 3 weeks shows the coaching crew had not been watching leagues games in preparation for the assignment

    • Chima E Samuels 1 year ago

      Covid19 lockdowns!

    • We finally failed with our own 1 year ago

      Hopefully,we are anticipating for the best coach of the group stage in this tourney since 3 weeks to prepare is now the magic formula

  • Chima E Samuels 1 year ago

    The fact that NFF wants to hire Another coach on 12 match winless streak in the frame of Peseiro should make everyone know that NFF is incompetent and playing politics, I read about a shortlist of Cocu,Laurent Blanc,varvelde and peseiro. I can only laugh because all the above has never won any major title but all proved as failure except Varvelde whom I know NFF can not afford. Las las them settle for another failure peserio. Somebody said Pinnick will torture us now I’m beginning to believe him. Why show us Jose Moais that we know falls within our budget and has a great record. Why show us and yet you didn’t sign him by all means? NFF even avoided Manu Garba over this Bosso that has failed on his last two attempts. Give Manu Garba and Jose Morais the two jobs. Let Nigeria go back to drawing board instead of continuous bad choices.

    • KENNETH 1 year ago

      Have always wondered why Manu Garba’s name is always omitted in coaching selection. Are they saying that he isn’t good anymore for the country. I would have given the under 20 job to him rather than ladan bosso.

  • Coache 1 year ago

    If you did not invite Ayo the 3SC midfield maestro, then I would have wondered what a coach you are. I still don’t believe in Bosso.