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CHAN 2023: Full House In Home-Eagles’ Camp Ahead Ghana Clash

CHAN 2023: Full House In Home-Eagles’ Camp Ahead Ghana Clash

Goalkeeper Adeyinka Adewale’s arrival to the Super Eagles B camp in Abuja on Sunday afternoon has completed the body of invited players, as Head Coach Salisu Yusuf and his assistants perfect strategies for the African Nations Championship qualifying match against Ghana in a fortnight.

The Akwa United FC goalkeeper Akwa United goalkeeper was in Sudan for a medical at Sudanese club, Al Hilal Omdurman.

Adeyinka was in the Super Eagles A squad for the friendlies against Mexico and Ecuador earlier in the year, as well as the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matches against Sierra Leone and Sao Tome and Principe in the month of June was full of elan and zest on arrival.

Head Coach Yusuf on August 8 called to camp 35 players to battle for shirts ahead of the 2023 African Nations Championship qualifying fixture.


The first set of 31 players arrived in the camp on Wednesday, 10th August while the other three joined the following day.

The Eagles B will square up to the Black Galaxies in the first leg in Cape Coast on Sunday, 28th August with the return encounter billed for the MKO Abiola National Stadium in Abuja on Saturday, 3rd September.

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The winner on aggregate will earn a berth at the 7th African Nations Championship finals to be staged in Algeria early next year.

The players will resume full training on Monday, 15thAugust after being allowed rest on Sunday.


Goalkeepers: Victor Sochima (Rivers United); Adeyinka Adewale (Akwa United); Ojo Olorunleke (Enyimba FC); Nathaniel Nwosu (Flying Eagles)

Defenders: Tope Olusesi (Rangers Int’l); Kazie Enyinnaya (Rivers United); Sani Faisal (Katsina United); Samson Gbadebo (Akwa United); Ebube Duru (Rivers United); Christopher Nwaeze (Akwa United); Isa Ali (Remo Stars); Tosin Adegbite (Enyimba FC); Temple Emekayi (Rivers United); Andrew Ikefe (Plateau United)

Midfielders: Babatunde Bello (Akwa United); Philip Ozor (Enyimba FC); Maurice Chukwu (Rivers United); Hafeez Nosiru (Kwara United); Zulkifilu Mohammed (Plateau United); Chiamaka Madu (Rivers United); Jide Fatokun (Kwara United); Kenechukwu Agu (Rangers Int’l); Joseph Onoja (Rivers United); Haggai Katoh (Plateau United); Uche Onwuasonaya (Rivers United)

Forwards: Abdulazeez Yusuf (Gombe United); Sadiq Abubakar (Enyimba FC); Chidiebere Nwobodo (Rangers Int’l); Promise Amadi (Akwa United); Chijioke Akuneto (Rivers United); Valentine Odoh (Abia Warriors); Andy Okpe (Remo Stars); Adams Yakubu (Akwa United); Godspower Aniefiok (Kano Pillars); Ossy Martins (Rangers Int’l)

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  • Chima E Samuels 2 months ago

    Can the NFF verify if it is safe to use the Remo players that are under sanction for match fixing whiles representing Inter Allies?

    • Codex 2 months ago

      Or even rangers players who are accused of match fixing against rivers utd

  • Nigeria my brothers, relax. We done dash CHAN. Our legs dey Qatar

  • Obest 1 month ago

    Oh really? You’re are scared right. Off course your team will be beaten both home and away. Qatar my foot. Ghana is The weakest team going to the World Cup.