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Osigwe Ready For Super Eagles Duty After Testing Negative For Covid-19

Osigwe Ready For Super Eagles Duty After Testing Negative For Covid-19

Sebastian Osigwe is expected to report for Super Eagles duty on Monday after testing negative for coronavirus.

The Lugano of Switzerland goalkeeper tested positive for coronavirus last week and was at risk of missing out of Nigeria’s 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying double-header against Sierra Leone.

Osigwe’s latest test however came out negative clearing the way for him to link up with the Super Eagles for the first time.

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He is the only uncapped player named in the squad for the games by Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr.

The 26-year-old will battle for the No 1 jersey with Maduka Okoye and Daniel Akpeyi.

The Super Eagles will host the Leone Stars at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City on on Friday, November 13.

The reverse fixture will take place four days later at Siaka Stevens Stadium, Freetown.

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WORDPRESS: 16
  • Good to hear this

     
  • Abdul handsy 2 weeks ago

    Good news! But haven’t heard any official replacement for omeruo yet as Simon has been replaced by Onuachu!

     
  • Omo9ja 2 weeks ago

    I’m so happy to hear this but it is very clear that Osagwe won’t be participate in the qualifiers because he is new to the team and i don’t think it is a wise idea to throw him into the sea just like that.

    So, what is the point of inviting him to the Afcon qualifiers?

    Don’t blame me for this but the coaches of the Super Eagles. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
    • Greenturf 2 weeks ago

      @Omo9ja,Osigwe will get capped by Nigeria don’t worry.

      Remember you are allowed five changes under FIFA’s new law,so it depend’s on the result of our first game.If it ends in victory then we are bound for Cameroon 2021 Afcon so we can afford to experiment with Osigwe in the return fixture.

       
  • pompei 2 weeks ago

    Happy that Osigwe is ok!

     
  • pompei 2 weeks ago

    NFF, take better care of our players! Listen to Siasia describing the problems Nigerian players face. Siasia himself who has done so much for Nigeria, has been abandoned, and is now ON HIS OWN. Talking about the FIFA ban.
    NFF’s failure to take adequate care of our players, is the main reason the likes of Tammy Abraham and co have chosen to represent England, according to Siasia. England will do much more for Abraham than Nigeria. It is the sad truth.
    CHANGE THE SYSTEM.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEdGb1d4kSc&feature=emb_logo

     
    • Toholo 2 weeks ago

      RUBBISH. Who told him that?
      Tammy Abraham and co chose England because it is where they were born, were brought up, learnt the basis of the game, have their coaches and roots there and have career benefits playing for England they will not have with Nigeria.
      Simple.

       
      • Good news
        Naija all the way

         
      • pompei 2 weeks ago

        “……and have career benefits playing for England they will not have with Nigeria”.

        You say Siasia is talking rubbish, but you made the same point he made.
        Siasia has been there and done that in football, as a player and as a manager. And he is much closer to the action than you are. So, his opinion in this matter is far more valuable than yours.
        The reality is that the foreign players that belong to us will find their way to us, and those that are not for us won’t, know matter how much we beg or cajole them.
        So, this video is not advocating for players already lost to other countries. It is a call for the NFF to improve the way they handle past and present players’ welfare.

         
  • Prince p 2 weeks ago

    Nobody should be discussing abraham at all he is not good enough to play 9ja.

     
    • Greenturf 2 weeks ago

      He’s good for Nigeria and should have played regularly as our top striker had he choosed Nigeria.We haven’t a better striker than Abraham it’s just the bitter truth.

      Sorry mate.

       
  • Jones 2 weeks ago

    Please let’s stop the whole Abraham-Osimhen comparison….they are two very good young strikers….na so we do for Iwobi/Eze last week

     
  • Paul wantsa 1 week ago

    Uwuh! there is nothing you can’t see here, so Abraham here is on the same level with the likes of V. OSIMHEN, E. DENNIS, P. OLAYINKA and co. HABATICALLY!