Poland 2019: Flying Eagles Arrive In Lodz Ahead Monday’s Round Of 16 Clash Vs Senegal

Poland 2019: Flying Eagles Arrive In Lodz Ahead Monday’s Round Of 16 Clash Vs Senegal

Nigeria’s U-20s, the Flying Eagles have arrived in the City of Lodz Poland where they will clash with fellow Africans Senegal in the Round of 16 of the ongoing 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup on Monday, June 3, Completesports.com reports.

Flying Eagles played their last Group D match in Bielsko-Biala against Ukraine on Thursday which ended 1-1. And they qualified for the round of 16 as one of the four best third-placed teams in the group stages.

The Paul Aigbogun’s side left their Qubus Hotel Bielsko-Biala on Saturday morning for an about three-hour road trip to Lodz

The Team arrived Lodz at about 1pm Nigerian time (2pm local time), moved into their new hotel abode and got ready remaining activities of the day.

According to information released by the NFF of Saturday morning, the Flying Eagles are expected to tour the Lodz Stadium at 4pm today (Saturday). The exercise is to familiarize themselves with the arena.

Flying Eagles’ representatives will also feature at the pre-match Press Conference at the stadium by 4:30pm.

The team will also have their first training session inside the Lodz Stadium from 6pm .

Monday’s Round of 16 match between the Flying Eagles and Junior Teranga Lions will kick off at 7:30pm Nigerian time.

 

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Bobo Colorado Springs 4 months ago

    Easy game for Nigeria!!!

     
    • Christian rowland 4 months ago

      God bless you Bobo, don’t mind those with negative thinkings about our team, we will sure beat Senegal.

       
      • Ara Nkita 4 months ago

        Lol…..Its not about having negative mind.
        Oyibo people call it objectivity, which is what Blacks lack as every criticism is viewed as negativity.

        I’m sure in the uefa final yesterday,you weren’t expecting Tottenham to beat Liverpool. That’s objectivity; working with what’s on ground.

        Sure,no team is unbeatable. But you have to tell yourself the gospel truth at times.

        Our team is bad. QED.

        However, it will pain me if we exit prematurely again and throw away another big opportunity of getting it right and discover future talents.

        It hurts to fail when you know you would have avoided the failure by doing the right thing.

        I’m rooting for the team as usual but I’m keeping my expectations very low.

        I don’t want to drink sniper yet.

         
  • are you saying oyinbo people are always right?