Super Eagles Continue Preparation For Sudan Clash

Super Eagles Continue Preparation For Sudan Clash

The Super Eagles are due to train today at the VSTS-ANNEX, Roumde Adija Stadium, Garoua as they continue preparations ahead of Saturday’s Group D clash against Sudan, reports Completesports.com.

The session which is scheduled for 5pm will be open to the media for just the first 15 minutes.


Members of the media will have no accesses to the players and officials.

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The Super Eagles had a recovery session at the same venue on Wednesday morning following their 1-0 win against Egypt.

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Leganes defender Kenneth Omeruo trained separately to his teammates after picking a knock against Egypt

The team is expected to have their final training before the game on Friday.


Nigeria top Group D with three points, while Sudan and Guinea-Bissau have one point each. Egypt are bottom of the group with with zero point.

By Adeboye Amosu in Garoua

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  • Just watched the teams recovery session on YouTube and was greatly impressed with the intensity of their workout. These guys look like they mean business. Lets wait and see what their performance in the next game will be.
    Also, did anyone else notice that in the stats after the game against Egypt that the Super Eagles had a ball possession of about 43.1% while Egypt had about 56.9% ball possession. And this is coming after we had about 15 shots, with 5 on target against their 5 with 2 on target and were we also outplayed them.
    Does it sound right? The ball possession I mean

    • Kennedy 1 week ago

      The ball possession stats was very wrong, there was no way they had more than the ball than Nigeria in that match, I guess the person doing the calculations was watching a different match not the one we saw.

    • The computer calculation was clearly wrong, illogical. Even the commentator was surprised – Egypt that barely saw the ball. That along with the comic act of the Zambian ref in the Mali-Tunisian are the first of the dramatics & flaws that may be expected in this Afcon. Oh, I forgot. They couldn’t play the Mauritanian anthem yesterday. After trying and failing several times, they gave up and moved on the Gambian anthem. Imagine! More likely coming.

    • Mr. Nice 1 week ago

      I watched the match again the following day and I think it is quite understandable the ratings of the possession. When Egypt gets the ball they distribute it a bit before launching into attack, but when Nigeria gets the ball they launch into attack immediately, sometimes they loose the ball easily and they long balls forwards didn’t help matters. So it didn’t matter who impressed the most but who had the ball the most.

      • EZOMO 1 week ago

        In addition to that the Egyptians possess the ball within there own Hal area nd derby making it ineffective in terms of attack, basically there possessions were not effective mostly

  • What impressed me the most in SE is their energy level…..Our players are always the quickest to the ball at all time……The players attack the ball whenever they Don’t have it…….I also like the transition from defence to attack……Ball movement too was quick and precise with few but meaningful forward passes……Aina really impressed me with his overlapping runs which is becoming legendary……SE’s counter attack is so devastating and it’s really surprising……I wonder the kind of drills Eguaveon is putting these guys through but all I know is that whatever Eguaveon is doing with those lads in that camp is really working.