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Enyeama, Onazi, 11 Others Arrive For Chad Clash

Enyeama, Onazi, 11 Others Arrive For Chad Clash

—Musa, Samuel Expected On Friday

By Johnny Edward:
Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama arrived at the team’s Abuja camp on Wednesday night, taking the number of the overseas-based players to 13 ahead of the 13 June Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad in Kaduna.

The Lille Metropole shot-stopper breezed into the Bolton White Apartments camp alongside Darmstadt 98 defender Leon Balogun while the trio of Kenneth Omeruo, Rabiu Ibrahim and Kingsley Madu also beat coach Stephen Keshi’s Wednesday might deadline for arrival.

Watford striker Odion Ighalo, Hapoel Be’er Sheva midfielder John Ogu and former Switzerland junior international, Steve Okoh, were the earliest overseas-based players to arrive at the Super Eagles camp on Tuesday and trained with the eight home-based players under the rain on Wednesday evening under the guidance of Stephen Keshi.

They were joined by Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi, Michael Babatunde, Anderson Esiti, William Troost Ekong and
The match will be the team's first competitive fixture since the return of Keshi, who was initially relieved of the job for the side's failure to qualify for the 2015 AFCON.

Meanwhile the duo of Aaron Samuel and Ahmed Musa were both permitted to arrive on Friday.

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    Despite failing to qualify in d last edition of AFCON, ur efforts to wright ur wrong starts wit dis match. Goodluck brothers.

  • Okaka Solution 6 years ago

    Go Eagles n wright ur wrong!

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  • Nwokocha Uchechukwu 6 years ago

    Our support is Urs big boss. Remember there no small teams in african football any longer