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Golden Eaglets Battle Hosts Ghana, Togo In U-17 AFCON Qualifiers

Golden Eaglets Battle Hosts Ghana, Togo In U-17 AFCON  Qualifiers

Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets have been drawn in Group A of the WAFU ZONE B U-17 tournament along with hosts Ghana and Togo, reports Completesports.com.

Ivory Coast, Benin, Burkina Faso and Niger Republic will compete in Group B.

Former defender Nduka Ugbade was appointed Golden Eaglets head coach by the Nigeria Football Federation on Thursday.

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Cape Coast, Ghana will host the competition from June 11 to June 24, 2022.

The two finalists of this competition will advance to the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted by Algeria in 2023.

FULL DRAW

Group A: Ghana, Nigeria, Togo.

Group B: Ivory Coast, Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger.

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WORDPRESS: 13
  • Chima E Samuels 6 months ago

    Another madness from Caf to continue their propaganda via Zoning Qualifiers.

     
    • Igbekun Abo 6 months ago

      Well said brotherman. I and I disagree with CAF. This is a ridiculous qualifiers formula.

       
  • Selfmade KING 6 months ago

    We will capture the BABE EAGLES and nurture them as pets haha 

    Whenever black meets eagles, our eyes suddenly turns RED and we ll punish these BAE EAGLETS with GHANA PEPPER lol

    We are coming for ur kids after we wipe our wives haha 

    The kids eaglets will come home to ROOST haha

     
    • DANURCHMAN 6 months ago

      Shut up oga. Ina ekwu okwu too much. Mechie onu biko.

       
      • Selfmade KING 6 months ago

        See this idiota 

        Don’t understand the garbage u wrote 

        Shove it in ur bleeding ass lol

         
    • Chima E Samuels 6 months ago

      Selfmade I can boldly beat my chest that you’re a failed Being. No proper person will be jumping around a foreign page and be acting weird like this. You’re a shame to your family because there is no way they’ll be proud with the stupidity you’re exhibiting on a foreign website. You think if Ghana or Nigeria wins it will add to anyone’s pocket. Continue fooling yourself and be hurting over Anago! Them fuck your Mama or your sister before or them collect your babe? Whichever way continue fooling until you finally breakdown. Don’t say I didn’t warn you since you don’t like to mind your business!

       
      • Selfmade KING 6 months ago

        Go to Ghana pages and see how Nigerians do there lol

        Now am failed being haha 

        I wldnt even respond to that dude 

        Wishing u nothing but the best tho 

         
  • Four four two 6 months ago

    CAF is doing this out of Jealousy against the success West Africa has made so far in football tournaments
    .Even the world cup that pitch Nigeria and Ghana was manipulated so as to reduce the number of representatives from WA. That said I wonder why Nigeria claims to be the Giant of Africa when we cannot have a d
    Say in things of this ilk. How can Nigeria just sit like mugus and cross their hands why small countries rule over us and make decisions on their whims and caprices

     
    • What can we do

       
    • JimmyBall 6 months ago

      The draw that pit Ghana against Nigeria was too coincidental not to be looked at with some level of suspicion… What is the likelihood in a loose probability of occurrence!

       
  • Sunnyb 6 months ago

    Ugbade would fail because he will prosecute the tournament with mostly imposed players. Secondly tribalism, nepotism and corruption will never allow us to showcase our best legs.

     
  • Chibuike 6 months ago

    Ugbade nduka is the best man for under17 and 20. He got the experience and eye to see raw talented Boyz on the street

     
  • Felix Farinola 5 months ago

    Wa ooooo, with the pardon of Dariye and others, I won’t even border myself to follow any Nigeria matches, be it under 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 23 or their brother Super Eagles, because I want to live long, those boys can give someone hypertension, and enough is enough. Good luck to them if they qualify