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Super Eagles Land In Douala, Train At Stade Omnisport

Super Eagles Land In Douala, Train At Stade Omnisport

The Super Eagles have arrived Douala, Cameroon for Sunday’s second leg Group C 2022 World Cup qualifier against the Central African Republic, Completesports.com reports.

The team’s arrival was confirmed on their official Facebook page.

Also, the team has already kicked off preparation for the important game as they trained inside the Stade Omnisport, venue for the game.

The Eagles will hope to bounce back from the shock defeat suffered in the hands of Central African Republic on Thursday.

Karl Namnganda was the hero for the African minnows as his 91st minute goal sealed his country’s first win in the group.

Following the win, the Central African Republic now occupy third position on four points and could go above the Eagles of they emerge victorious on Sunday.

Despite the defeat, the Eagles still lead the group and have six points after three games played.

Cape Verde are in second place after they edged Liberia 2-1 away in Accra, Ghana.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Abdul Handsy 3 years ago

    My proffered line-up for 2mao’s match

    ………….. Okoye……………..


    …….. Aribo………Onyeka……..

    Simon……… Ejuke…………Kalu..


    For me, as far as players available for this match are concerned, Ejuke is the best 10 who can hold and unluck the CAR team who are ready to repeat the kind of tactics they played in Lagos. This stadium (japoma stadium pitch) is very wide and its standard can only be compared to the stadiums our boys played in their various club unlike TBS that is relatively mall and gives room to any team that plays with 8men behind the ball.

    So, comes tomorrow the CAR team has no room to hide either they like it or not legit GOALS will enter their net..

    If eventually the super eagles fail to win tomorrow then, it is definitely the fault of the super eagles and no one else… Good luck!

  • Maolah 3 years ago

    Nigeria will win by the grace of God

  • We will beat them tomorrow by God’s grace.

    God bless Nigeria.

  • See how a proper stadium should be. Naija is a mess.

  • Presh 3 years ago

    Nigerians wining with goals galore

  • It could ve been better to adopt that stadium as eagles home ground.

  • Larry 3 years ago

    Tomorrow’s game should be attack mpde..
    352 formation.
    Awoniyi and Osimjen should start the match with Aribo playing as #10. Simon should be moved to the left wing(he is more productive on the left). Kalu and Musa didn’t add anything in the first leg and the coach should be careful this time.

  • JimmyBall 3 years ago

    If Rohr starts Jamilu Collins tomoroow… I will know he is retarded and a confirmed quack!

    3-5-2 or 4-3-3 should do it… no more static and defensively ineffective 4-2-3-1… at least not against teams with no perdigree…

    he should play Aribo as a 10 and not a slow Iheanacho who is ineffective in attacking midfield— if Rohr needs a double pivot he should pair Bonke and Onyeka…

    Awoniyi and Osimhen should play off each in a twin attack… this is no time to criticise players but going forward Samuel Kalu Mr. forceful legover and Moses Simon should be given limited to no more roles in the team— get Dennis and Lookman on the left and chukwueze and Ejuke on the right period…

    • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

      Hahahahaha….starting Jamilu tomorrow would not be as insane as starting Peter Olayinka at left back, Chukwueze at right back, and flanking Balogun at Centre back with Ebuehi and Zaidu…..LMAOoooo.

      That was what we got from a quack “affiliate-turned-partaker (war-ever that means in football….lmao)” when we asked him to name a starting line up for us….LMAOOo.

      A back 5 with 2 wing forwards and only 1 Natural Centre Back…..LMAOOooo….the height of mental retardancy.

      • JimmyBall 3 years ago

        @Dr.Drey… after all your Rohr worship despite men wey know like us telling you Rohr is a quack… you continued bullying folks here to sing Gernot Rohr Hallelujah songs with you or get insulzed… How market with your moongood… Rohr? Hahahahahaha…

        Wild Beasts trampled on him last saturday he became rumpled and confuswed… Lol. Oldman wey no want respect himself will be frustrated out of the job…

  • Larry 3 years ago

    @Jimmy.sir, you are a real baller as you have always reminded us on this forum.

  • What is your problem with Rohr starting him? Was he not d same person who did well in the last matches. Why do you like worrying yourself on something you are less concern with. It is his job let him start whoever he deems fit to do d job whether it works out or not. As for those saying he lack technical prowess to read the match that the team has been winning on individual brilliant don’t worry very soon the job will be vacant then one of you should try and get the job or your favourite coaches should apply and let’s see how far. If you think is easy ask Garry Neville or Frank Lampard etc

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