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Super Eagles To Train Behind Closed Doors

Super Eagles To Train Behind Closed Doors

The Super Eagles final training session on Thursday (today) before Friday’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Sierra Leone will be done in complete privacy without the presence of media and fans, reports Completesports.com.

That will help the team concentrate and strategise ahead of Friday’s crucial encounter against the Leone Stars.

The training session will take place at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City.

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The Super Eagles had their first training on Tuesday evening with another session on Thursday night.

All the 23 invited players are now at the team’s Etherno Hotel camp.

Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi who arrived camp late on Wednesday night will train with the team for the first time today.

By Adeboye Amosu, in Benin City

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • Kingston 1 week ago

    now that akpeyi has arrived I hope ezenwa has left the camp

     
  • Empire 1 week ago

    The coach asked him to sit out and not participate in the training yesterday, if he is a smart guy, he will just leave the camp…

     
    • No mind am him go think say everything na guy,he wasnt invited in d first place

       
  • BigD 1 week ago

    Much better, it’s been a media and political circus so far. Deputy governor having a kick about with the Super Eagles, governor and entourage visiting with minimal social distancing, very little regard for covid protocols, photo op in Lagos with players enroute.

    It time to take the match seriously

     
  • daniel 7 days ago

    with that bad Pitch, everybody will enjoy kick and follow football tomorrow, everything na politices for zoo

     
    • What are you saying?
      Which pitch is bad?
      Have you been in the staduim or you are relying on poor pictures from camera men that can not takes pictures
      Did you listen to the coach he said what interest him is that the pitch is ok.it will allow for free flow of football