Connect with us

Sports

Home-based Eagles begin training ahead Mexico friendly

Published

on

The home-based Super Eagles have Wednesday began preparations ahead of their international friendly against Mexico.

The training camp, currently taking place at the Goal Project, Package B in Abuja, is ahead of the July 4th friendly billed to hold in the United States of America.

Eagles media officer, Babafemi Raji disclosed that there will be two training sessions on Wednesday with the first starting 9:00a.m and the second, 4:30pm.

Players already in camp include goalkeepers: Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Heartland FC); Shaibu Suleman(PKE FC Lagos); Nwabali Stanley Bobo(Lobi Stars).

Read Also: Despite winless run, Rohr confident Eagles’ll be ready for W’Cup qualifiers

Defenders: Olisa Ndah (Akwa United); Tope Olusesi (Rangers International); Ifeanyi Anaemena (Rivers United); Christopher Nwaeze (Kwara United); Enyinnaya Kazie (Rivers United); Mohammed Zirkiflu (Plateau United); Tebo Franklin Degaulle (Nasarawa United); Lawal Oriyomi Murtala (Kwara United).

Midfielders: Anthony Shimaga (Rangers International); Seth Mayi (Akwa
United); Uche Nwasonaya (Plateau United); Samuel Nnoshiri (Katsina
United).

Forwards: Stephen Jude (Kwara United); Ibrahim Olawoyin (Rangers International); Charles Ashimene (Akwa United); Chinonso Ezekwe (Rangers International); Auwalu Ali Malam (Kano Pillars); Neurot Emmanuel (Plateau United); Abdulmutalif Sanusi (Katsina United).

The last time both Nigeria and Mexico faced each other was in 2014 also in the United States, and the game ended goalless.

Join the conversation

Opinions

Support Ripples Nigeria, hold up solutions journalism

Balanced, fearless journalism driven by data comes at huge financial costs.

As a media platform, we hold leadership accountable and will not trade the right to press freedom and free speech for a piece of cake.

If you like what we do, and are ready to uphold solutions journalism, kindly donate to the Ripples Nigeria cause.

Your support would help to ensure that citizens and institutions continue to have free access to credible and reliable information for societal development.

Donate Now

Investigations