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Nigeria vs Cameroon: Moses Simon Arrives Super Eagles Camp

Nigeria vs Cameroon:  Moses Simon Arrives Super Eagles Camp

Nantes of France winger Moses Simon is the latest player to arrive the Super Eagles camp in Austria ahead of Friday’s international friendly against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Completesports.com reports.

His arrival increased the number of players in the team’s camp to 18.

The former Levante of Spain star linked up with his teammates in camp on Tuesday afternoon.

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Simon was in action for his club in the relegation play-off against Toulouse on Sunday.

The Super Eagles will face the Indomitable Lions in the first friendly on Friday at the Stadion Weiner Neustadt, Vienna.

The second game will hold at the same venue next week Tuesday.

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  • Wasere… No time for dulling… Boiz are showing up!

  • Team is getting ready … Cameroon is beatable! Go SE

  • Igbo players should pull out to protest the state sponsored genocide going in in Imo state now.

    Iheanacho,the army just killed your uncle and you nephew in Owerri.
    And I heard your aunt was raped last week by the Fulani herdsmen.

    You better stay away in England.

    • Funny stuff… Politics and football, bro chill joor… Naija has issues, our football is not even perfect yet, and the only thing giving us joy in this country is football and u want to ruin it with tribal bigotry!!!

    • @cj you are wicked o…lolz

  • @CJ. Kindly leave politics out of a purely football platform.

    • How is killing of people and raping of women politics?…In the world over football players have used football as a medium to frown at issues, especially issues that affect humanity… Germany Norway and some other countries threatened to boycott football games to protest how immigrant workers where treated in Qatar…. Mexican players almost boycott a game to protest killings by cartels in their nation…. Premier league teams kneel before each match uptill this day to protest a black man killed by a white man in the USA….

      • Bro, politics is politics… Sports is sports, u can try to use sports to influence politics, but remember Abacha, ryt??? Did he care about the heartache of Naija folks when he slammed hard on football based on politics… Lolz… Everything get em place…. We don’t support evil, but please don’t try to disrupt the one thing that gives us joy!

  • Let the discussion continue, should Eastern players bouycout SE assignment to protest the state sponsored genocide going on in Imo state and the entire East?

    Why not? If not?

  • Marvin 3 years ago

    Cj if you don’t know what to say, please stop commenting rubbish.

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