HomeNigeria National Teams

Olympic Eagles To Camp In Ibadan For U-23 AFCON Qualifier

Olympic Eagles To Camp In Ibadan For U-23 AFCON Qualifier

Nigeria’s Olympic team will camp in Ibadan for their 2023 Africa U-23 Cup of Nations against Tanzania.

The first leg will hold in Dar es Salaam in the weekend of 21st- 23rd October.

The reverse fixture is billed for the Lekan Salami Stadium, Adamasingba Ibadan on Saturday, October 29.

Read Also: Odegbami: Ibrahim Musa Gusau – A New President, A New Era?

Head coach of the team, Salisu Yusuf has already invited 32 players for the qualifiers.

The camping exercise will commence this weekend in Ibadan.

The U-23 AFCON will serve as the qualifier for the next Olympic Games.

Nigeria won the 2015 edition of the competition in Senegal.

Copyright © 2024 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.


  • okponku 2 years ago

    With this Mr Bribe no hope.

  • Greenturf 2 years ago

    Camping (Screening exercise)starting this weekend for playoffs billed for 25th of the same month?Wow incredible!So we have not learnt a lesson from the chan exit?unbelievable!
    The Nigerian league is on break players need at least a month to get match fit I wonder why we set ourselves for failure,doing same thing expecting a different result.The new Nff chairman should brace up is not business as usual,I expect a new Nff with positive ideas to drive our football forward.
    I understand he just got into office however,we are looking forward to a different Nff with good vision we need a turnaround from the way thing were taking for granted under Pinnick.

    • Sammy 2 years ago

      Always fire brigade approach. Other countries have been playing friendly matches to sharpen their teams. In our case it’s time to assemble and screen. God help us.

  • Chima E Samuels 2 years ago

    What happened to finidi being a coach after Salisu failed to qualify against Ghana. I’m giving up on my country because nothing seems to be going well instead it’s worst to worst. Welcome to Aboki regime!

  • Olujjjj 2 years ago

    The people that supposed the revitalize this country has ran away. For now thank God it is not Ghana we are meeting. For the Tanzania don’t be surprised dey are going to play with their national team players. After we go there to choo it .then we will remember our pro in Europe to come and score 4 goals .. remember Libya last time . Still we still going to find it difficult to qualify.
    Nigeria has been wasting good players since the last time dey won afcon..
    See will the likes of oshimen,chuckueze,iwobi still play in the Olympics again far far far foul abi na fowl or chicken.i tired o

  • Chibuike 2 years ago

    So this man will coach under23 national team too. Nawoo, so we don’t have other capeble coaches.

  • Marvelous 2 years ago

    Can you guys now see that Rohr was not the problem of Nigerian football

  • Sunnyb 2 years ago

    If I talk now, some brainwashed ppl would be whiny, this man has nothing to offer, is not in their Dna.the failed country needs some serious cleansing after jihadist  Buhari leaves the office.But the terrorist in charge might not leave. these barbarians has destroyed all sectors, the Japa philosophy is real. 

  • Chudynak 2 years ago

    During the appointment of coaches for the national teams and when Salisu Yusuf was appointed the 1st Assistant coach of the Super Eagles (though later changed to second Assistant), Head coach of CHAN Eagles and Head coach of U-23 team, I raised serious concerns if he was the only capable indigenous coach that he should be saddled with all these responsibilities? I still ask the question today, na only Salisu Yusuf waka come? Are there no other capable indigenous coaches better suited for one of these coaching jobs?

Update cookies preferences