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Tammy Abraham highlights case for Super Eagles ‘imports’

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he recent surge in form of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has revived an old debate in Nigerian  football.

The football fraternity is divided between those who feel the Nigeria Football Federation should do everything possible to get foreign-born Nigerian footballers to switch allegiance and those who believe these players are not worth the trouble.

 

Abraham once turned Nigeria down and it all went quiet. But the young striker is back in the headlines after his stunning start to the new Premier League campaign where he is currently top scorer with seven goals in five games.

Now, after unequivocally rejecting Nigeria’s advances back in 2017 with a spot in the Russia 2018 squad almost guaranteed, Abrahami has said he is open to a Super Eagles switch.

 

The NFF has reportedly made a fresh approach while England manager Gareth Southgate is considering giving the 21-year-old (he will be 22 on 2 October) another shot at the senior squad.

 

When he first rejected Nigeria two years ago, Abraham rode on the back of good form, while on loan at Swansea, to win two England caps in friendly games against Germany and Brazil. But he was soon back in the U-21s and was not anywhere near the senior squad for the Russia 2018 World Cup.

 

I’m sure he will have that at the back of his mind as he considers his options once more. If he plumps for England, would they stick with him when he inevitably hits a rough patch?

 

Besides, even if he keeps this form up, which is highly improbable, it would take an injury to Harry Kane and a severe loss of form for Marcus Rashford before Abraham starts as England’s No.9 in an important match.

 

He is at least third in the England pecking order and he still has Callum Wilson to contend with. Abraham’s only real competition in the Super Eagles, following Odion Ighalo’s retirement, would be Victor Osimhen at the moment.

 

There is a strong case for him to choose Nigeria but he really has to want to play for his country of heritage.

My take has always been that it does not matter where a player was born or where he grew up, so long as he has Nigerian blood, has special talent and is WILLING to play for the country, we should give him a shot.

 

It is important that we do not have to go down on our knees before an athlete with Nigerian blood agrees to wear our colours. We should present our case, make him a good offer; if he accepts great, if not we move on. No hard feelings.

 

Even when Nigeria is second choice to a player, he has to make a quick decision on his allegiance when he is still in his prime. Because, if we’re being honest, very few players would opt for Nigeria over England, Germany and the like.

 

Fortunately for Nigeria, the country has benefited greatly in recent years from players with dual nationality. While it was a trickle 20, 30 years ago with the likes of Reuben Agboola and George Abbey coming along every few years, it has been an absolute deluge in recent years.

 

In the last seven years alone, Nigeria has had so many overseas-born or raised players that they could almost form a Super Eagles XI.

 

Led by Victor Moses, there have been Leon Balogun, Alex Iwobi, William Troost-Ekong, Ola Aina, Tyrone Ebuehi and Carl Ikeme.

Every single one of them has contributed positively to the team, Moses vital in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations triumph while Balogun, Iwobi and Troost-Ekong were practically indispensable during the qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup. Ikeme was so good he is still being missed two years after his enforced, health-related retirement.

Aina and Ebuehi are supremely gifted young defenders who will be useful to the team for years.

 

This present NFF board has clearly identified the recruitment of exceptional Nigerian players born and raised in Europe as a path to Super Eagles success.

This policy has opponents who insist that the direction will not help grow domestic football. While they may have a point, national team success or lack of it doesn’t necessarily have to do with how you develop your local football.

The simple fact is no matter how strong the Nigeria Professional Football League grows, for instance, it’s never going to reach the level of the top European leagues. Therefore, players who are exposed to football in these countries from childhood already have a head start  over the ones who learnt their trade here in Nigeria.

 

 

The best footballers from all over the world aspire to play in the big European leagues. And any country’s national team is made up of its best footballers.

For example, although Algeria has a very strong league and decent grassroots developmental system, they won the last AFCON with several players born or raised in Europe, including the French-born Riyad Mahrez. Only one player in the 23-man squad was based in Algeria.

 

 

There is nothing wrong in trying to persuade Abraham to consider playing for the Super Eagles, but he also has to make a quick decision.

 

 

If he chooses Nigeria now when he is in red-hot form, then he really wants us. If he dallies for too long without making a commitment, then he should be left alone.

Hopefully, he will not go the way of Gabriel Agbonlahor, Nedum Onuoha, the late Ugo Ehiogu and Jordon Ibe who all turned down Nigeria only to have non-existent international careers.

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World Championships: Athletes ignite tracks in Doha

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  • Team Nigeria strong in sprints, relays

 

The 2019 IAAF World Championships will from Friday (today),  take centre stage with world’s best in Track and Fields from different parts of the world fighting for honour.

The country’s athletes on Tuesday departed Nigeria for Doha, Qatar, ahead of this year’s IAAF World Championships amid high expectation.

It has not been a good outing for Nigeria since Moscow 2013 when Blessing Okagbare became the first Nigerian athlete to win two medals at the same championships – silver in the women’s long jump and bronze in the women’s 200m.

Before Okagbare’s performance, the country had not won any medal for 14 years and nothing since the record breaking victory of the Queen of the track.

This year will however be different as some of the athletes that would be representing Nigeria are in top three of their various events this year.

The Athletic Federation of Nigeria took 25 athletes to Doha, with the country going with a much more improved number from their last outing at the 2017 World Championships in London, going to Doha with a mixture of experience and new athletes breaking through on the big stage.

Blessing Okagbare with a 100m Season’s Best (SB) of 11.04s and 200m SB of 22.05s will be Nigeria’s sole representative in both events, and she will also lead the charge for the country in the women’s 4x100m.

For the first time in a long while, Nigeria will have three teams competing in the Relays: men’s 4x100m, women’s 4x100m and 4x400m.

Nigeria has not have it so good in the men’s 100m like this year and with the two of the country’s three representatives in the event running sub 10secs this year, there is optimism of them making it to the podium.

Continuing the rise that began in 2017, Christian Coleman will arrive in Doha as the man to beat for the title of the world’s fastest man.

Two years ago, Coleman sped to NCAA titles at both the 100 and 200m after speeding to 9.82 and 19.85 early season career bests. He returned to competition to finish second over both distances at the national championships, and in London a month and a half later, raced to silver to stake his claim as the “next” 100m star.

Now 23, Coleman has competed well in 2019, notching 9.86secs, 9.85secs and 9.81secs performances in three successive early season races before taking the US title in 9.99secs in late July. His only loss was by a whisker to Noah Lyles in his debut in Shanghai.

He will however be contending with the second fastest man in the field, Nigeria’s Divine Oduduru, the 22-year-old Nigerian who has produced a season very similar to Coleman’s 2017 campaign.

After a pair of sub-10 performances early on, Oduduru won the NCAA 100m title in 9.86secs and doubled back to take the 200m crown in a blazing 19.73secs – in short, a new star was born.

Another Nigeria athlete expected to get to the final and probably make podium finish is Raymond Ekevwo, who against all odds won the 2019 African Games in a Personal Best of 9.96secs. The other Nigerian in 100m is Itsekiri Usheoritse who ran a new PB of 10.02secs to win bronze medal at the African Games in Rabat.

Four years ago, Commonwealth Games champions in women’s long jump, Ese Brume, was injured and people believed she might not be able to jump again. However she has rose from that setback to win the 2018 African Senior Athletics Championships and also the 2019 African Games.

Brume has a PB of 7.05m, ranked number two this year behind German Malaika Mihambo, with a mark of 7.16m this year.

When asked about what she needs to do to achieve a better height in Doha, the 23-year-old said: “Nothing much though. I just have to work on my run up and my take-off from the board.”

Blessing Okagbare at her best is a major threat to any athletes and would be challenging for  medals in the 100 and 200m for women.

Sade Olatoye is Nigeria’s sole representative in women’s Shot Put, and she’s thrilled going to Doha.

According to her; “Being able to compete with the best of the best from all over the world is a dream come true. I am excited to get out there and compete with those women.”

There is no doubt about the talent of hurdler Tobi Amusan since breaking out in 2015 as a junior athlete. She is also expected to get to the final and possibly compete for medals.

With a Personal Best of 12.49secs, she is currently fourth on the rankings for the year and will hope to win her first World Champs title.

Another major medal contender for Nigeria is Chukwuebuka Enekwechi, who this year threw his second National Record in the Shot Put, setting a record of 21.80m. In less than two years, Enekwechi has won two continental titles and won silver at the Commonwealth Games.

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Nigeria vs Brazil friendly: Aribo blow for Eagles

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Super Eagles Manager, Gernot Rohr’s plan for the Grade A international friendly against Brazil on October 13 suffered a blow with Glasgow Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo sustaining a head injury in team’s 1-0 win over Livingston in Wednesday’s Scottish League Cup fixture.

The severity of the injury will be confirmed by the medical team of Rangers to ascertain when the player will be fit to play again.

Aribo returned to the starting eleven of Rangers, but his night was over after 23rd minutes after Livingston’s Ricki Lamie caught him with an elbow which left him bleeding heavily.

The former Charlton Athletic midfielder was replaced by Steven Davis, as he was unable to continue.

The injury could come as a big blow to Super Eagles Manager who’s banking on the player for October 13’s friendly game with Samba boys of Brazil in Singapore.

Aribo made his debut with the Super Eagles and scored a goal in their 2-2 draw against Ukraine in Dnipro last month.

The player only on Wednesday revealed that he cannot wait to be part of the Nigeria and Brazil international friendly billed for Singapore on October 13.

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Zenith Bank Women League: Conference phase starts in Abuja, Ibadan Sept. 30

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The Conference phase of the Zenith Bank Women Basketball League dunks off on Monday September 30.

The ancient city of Ibadan in Oyo State and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja will host to the 16 teams which qualified for the stage.

The Secretary General of the Nigeria Basketball Federation, Afolabi-Oluwayemi Olabisi, said this followed  the conclusion of the group stage after which the 16 teams were divided into the traditional Atlantic and Savannah Conferences.

In the Savannah Conference, new entrant, Nigerian Army Amazons who remained unbeaten after 12 games will face Kaduna Angels, Taraba Hurricanes and Adamawa Flames who all emerged from the Zaria Centre.

Other teams in the Savannah Conference include Air Warriors who only lost one game out of 14 alongside 2018 Zenith Bank Women’s Basketball League bronze medalists, Nigerian Customs, Plateau Rocks and Black Gold Queens.

In the Atlantic Conference in Ibadan, the bitter rivalry between 2018 Zenith Women’s League champions, First Bank under Lateef Erinfolami and the Peter Ahmedu tutored Dolphins Basketball Club is expected to continue with a battle for a place in the National Final 8.

All eyes will be on fast rising MFM Basketball Club which narrowly lost in the 3rd place game during the 2018 edition as well as Ogun Babes and Oluyole Babes. Sunshine Angels of Akure and Delta Force complete the Atlantic Conference.

The Conference phase ends Tuesday, October 8, 2019.

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UEFA/CAF U-17 tourney: Senegal condemns Eaglets to first defeat

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Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets surrendered a 2-1 advantage at the end of first half to superior second half performance from Senegal to lose 4-2 in their last group game at the UEFA/CAF U-17 tournament in Turkey. Signs that it could turn out a bad day in the office for the five –time world champions manifested when forward Wisdom Ubani picked up an injury during the team’s warm up exercise, which subsequently ruled him out of the game.

But despite the absence of Ubani, the Nigerian boys went into the game dictating the pace and opened scoring in the 13th minute through red hot attacker, Olakunle Olusegun to make it his third goal in the tournament having scored in both previous games against host nation Turkey and Guatemala. Senegal did not sit back to soak up the pressure, rather they launched attack after attack at their more illustrious opponents in the world of U-17 football and got rewarded for their efforts in the 29th minute courtesy of an own goal.

Their celebration was cut short when they also suffered the same fate of an own goal in the 31st minute. The scoreline remained at 2-1 at the interval. A more revitalised Senegal took the game to Nigeria in the second period, bombarding the defence of the Eaglets for the equalizer.

They were rewarded with a penalty which was converted for an equaliser in the 51st minute. It was indeed explosive West African youth football on display on a neutral ground in Turkey, but it was Senegal that went ahead to score two more goals to ensure 4-2 victory at the end of 90 minutes.

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Rohr names Azeez, Olayinka, for Brazil

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  • Omeruo, Abdullahi, Ndidi return

 

After an impressive performance for his LaLiga side, former junior interational, Ramon Azeez, has been invited to the Super Eagles for the top of the bill friendly match against Brazil scheduled for October 13 in Singapore.

Azeez, who was part of the Super Eagles team to the Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup, was instrumental in Granada’s promotion to the elite division at the start of the season and was on the scorer sheet when the club defeated Barcelona 2-0 recently.

There was also a new call up for SK Slavia Prague of Czech Republicn forward, Peter Olayinka, with Leicester City striker, Kelechi Iheanacho, missing out of the game despite scoring for his club during the week.

Coach of the team, Gernot Rohr, announced the invitation of 23 players for the prestigious game against the five –time world champions.

Rohr also have defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Abdullahi Shehu and Chidozie Awaziem back from injury, after missing out of the game against Ukraine, the first for the team after finishing third at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

Goalkeepers Francis Uzoho, Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Maduka Okoye all retained their slots in the team that drew 2-2 against Ukraine, but England –based Leon Balogun and Russia –based Bryan Idowu were left out of the defence equation.

Apart from Iheanacho who is out of the game, Girondins Bordeaux’s Joshua Maja will also sit this one out, his place taken by another new boy, Olayinka.

England –based midfielder Wilfred Ndidi also returns after missing the Ukraine encounter with injury. Alex Iwobi, Oghenekaro Etebo and Scotland –based Joseph Ayodele-Aribo, who scored on his debut against Ukraine, are all back in midfield, with Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze, Moses Simon, Samuel Kalu, Paul Onuachu and Emmanuel Dennis all back in the frontline.

Substantive captain Ahmed Musa is still down with injury.

All invited players are expected to arrive in Singapore on Wednesday, 9th October.

Nigeria and Brazil will tango in a much –anticipated encounter at the Singapore National Stadium, Kallang, Singapore on Sunday, October 13.

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Alleged $8.4m, N4b fraud: Court frowns at NFF officials for refusing to appear

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Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday frowned at the refusal of four officials of the Nigeria Football Federal (NFF) to appear in court over alleged 8.4 million dollars and N4 billion fraud case.

News Agency of Nigeria reports that Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu had on July 1, issued a warrant of arrest for the four men following their repeated refusal to appear in court to answer to the fraud case charges against them.

The Federal Government had through the Special Presidential Investigation Panel on the Recovery of Public Property charged them over alleged misappropriation of the sums of 8.4 million dollars and N4 billion belonging to the NFF.

The five officials are NFF President, Amaju Pinnick’s, NFF Secretary, Sunusi Mohammed; the 1st Vice-President, Seyi Akinwumi; the 2nd Vice-President, Shehu Dikko and an Executive member, Yusuff Fresh, as the 1st to 5th respondents respectively.

Pinnick was exempted from the ordered arrest due to his official roles as a member of the Confederation of African Football’s organising committee at the African Cup of Nation in Egypt.

Justice Ojukwu said that their duty was to be in court when ordered as the charges against them before the court had not been cancelled.

She said that when an order was given, it was expected that such order be obeyed otherwise matters from such agencies will no longer be entertained in her court.

“Nobody is bigger than the law,” she said.

Counsel to the defendants, Mohammed Katu, said that the respondents were absent because the president had instructed that the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) took over the case from the office of Special Presidential Investigation Panel and had ordered all activities be before the AGF.

He said that the AGF had earlier called the attention of the respondents to his office and in view of the recent development he believed the AGF will do justice to prosecute the matter.

“During dependency of this matter, the same complainants wrote another petition in respect of the same facts against the defendant and on the basis of which they sent to ICPC,EFCC.

“We wrote a letter to the AGF that it would constitute an abuse of processes and the administration of law for same persons as complainants , using the same facts in a petition against the defendants in various investigative agencies.

“The AGF deemed it necessary that the matter before the Court be brought back to him, the matter before EFCC and ICPC should also be brought back to him so that he will look at them and find out then consolidate them with the view of giving it one meaning,” he said.

Justice Ojukwu said that the defendants had no reason to appear before any agency thereby constituting a parallel hearing in disobedience to the court when the matter was already before a judge.

She said that if files had been handed over to the AGF and he wanted to make further investigations, they could appear before him after the matter was no longer in court.

Mr Abubakar Musa, Counsel to AGF, said the AG was just coming into the matter today as he was not aware of what the special panel had done.

“But now according to the instruction of the president, the AG is taking over the matter and all the files are meant to be in transition because I cannot tell you now if they have deposited the file to the AGF as he has not told me that.

“I don’t blame the court, the AGF is the chief law officer of the state and he is bound to ensure that the federal republic of Nigeria obeys court orders.

Justice Ojukwu adjourned the matter to November 5.

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WAFU Cup: Home Eagles face Togo again in Dakar

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Super Eagles home-based team have been presented with an opportunity to avenge their 4-1 defeat suffered against the Sparrow Hawks of Togo during the first leg of the 2020 African Nations Championship in Lome, Togo, recently, as the two sides will be facing off again in the opening game of this year’s West African Football Union Cup in Dakar, Senegal.

The updated fixtures show that Nigeria, silver medallists at the inaugural edition staged in Cape Coast, Ghana two years ago, will tango with the Sparrow Hawks of Togo in their first match of the competition at the Stade Lat Dior Thies on Sunday.

Victory over the Sparrows in the first elimination round will take the Eagles to the second phase, before the semi-finals and the final. The tournament ends on October 13.

A team of 21 players and six officials flew by Air Cote d’Ivoire early on Thursday morning from Abuja to Abidjan, and then connected the Senegalese capital by the same airline, as the team arrived for the championship scheduled to start on Saturday, September 28.

All the 16 participating teams will partake in the first elimination round, with host nation Senegal up against Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso against Mauritania, Cote d’Ivoire against Cape Verde and Guinea against Benin Republic.

Sierra Leone, drafted in to replace Morocco who withdrawn late from the competition, will be up against Liberia, while Mali takes on Niger Republic and Gambia will tackle Ghana.

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J. Lo, Shakira to perform at Super Bowl halftime show

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Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are going to bring the heat to the 2020 Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.
NFL, Pepsi and Roc Nation announced Thursday that the superstar performers, who have released music in Spanish and English since the 1990s, will perform on February 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Both Lopez and Shakira have had major success the pop and Latin charts over the years with multiple hit songs and albums. Lopez released her multi-hit debut in 1999, and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart with songs like “If You Had My Love,” ”All I Have” and the remixes of “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny.” Lopez recently wrapped up a tour to celebrate her 50th birthday, and her latest movie, “Hustlers,” has been a box-office hit and has even earned her Oscar buzz.
Shakira released her first album in 1991 and crossed over with 2001’s “Laundry Service,” which featured the hits “Whenever, Wherever” and “Underneath Your Clothes.” The singer topped the Hot 100 chart with the Wyclef Jean-assisted anthem “Hips Don’t Lie.” Shakira has won 11 Latin Grammys and three Grammys.
“These two remarkable artists are setting a new precedent for what this show can become, and we’re confident that this will be an incredible performance for the ages,” Todd Kaplan, Pepsi’s vice president of marketing, said in a statement.
Jay-Z’s Roc Nation company is co-producing the halftime show. The big game and halftime show will air live on Fox and broadcast in 180 countries, reports ABCNews.

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Spanish Federation fines Barca £265 for Griezmann approach

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Barcelona have been fined only 300 euros (£265) by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) for their approach to Antoine Griezmann while he was at La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid.

Spanish champions Barcelona signed Griezmann after paying his 120m-euro (£107m) buyout clause on July 1.

But the federation said Barca broke its rules by negotiating with Griezmann without Atletico’s permission.

Atletico believed his buyout clause should have been 200m euros (£179m).

They claimed that Barca began talking to the player in March, when that was the size of his buyout clause.

His cost then dropped to 120m euros at the start of July, which was when he signed for Barca, but Atletico claimed the “commitment of the player and Barcelona was closed” prior to the clause reducing.

The player was absolved of any responsibility by the federation.

The RFEF’s statement read: “Taking into account the economic capacity of the club and the amount of the fine, this committee is aware that the payment of 300 euros, beyond its merely symbolic character, will not damage the sanctioned club and, probably, will not persuade other clubs in the same situation in the future to adjust their conduct to the regulations.”

However, the RFEF determined that was “not a sufficient reason” to impose a one-match closure of the Nou Camp – its only other possible sanction – which it says is reserved for “infractions of a different nature”.

Griezmann – who had announced in May he would leave the Madrid side – signed a five-year deal with Barca, which includes an 800m euro (£717m) release clause, to become the world’s sixth most expensive signing, reports the BBC.

Following the move, Atletico released a statement in which they expressed their “strongest repulsion for the behaviour of both, especially Barcelona”.

The Madrid club previously reported Barcelona to FIFA over an alleged illegal approach for Griezmann in December 2017.

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Eagles B lands in Dakar for WAFU Cup of Nations

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Nigeria’s home-based senior players have arrived in Dakar, capital of Senegal for the 2nd WAFU-FOX Cup of Nations starting in the Senegalese city of Thies on Saturday, September 28.

A team of 21 players and six officials flew by Air Cote d’Ivoire early on Thursday morning from Abuja to Abidjan, and then connected the Senegalese capital by the same airline.

The updated fixtures show that Nigeria, silver medallists at the inaugural edition staged in Cape Coast, Ghana two years ago, will tango with the Sparrow Hawks of Togo in their first match of the competition at the Stade Lat Dior Thies on Sunday.

It is a quick opportunity for the Eagles to avenge their 4-1 lashing by the Hawks in a 2020 African Nations Championship qualifying match in Lome last Sunday.

Victory over the Sparrows in the first elimination round will take the Eagles to the second phase, before the semi-finals and the final. The tournament ends on October 13.

All 16 participating teams will partake in the first elimination round, with host nation Senegal up against Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso against Mauritania, Cote d’Ivoire against Cape Verde and Guinea against Benin Republic.

Sierra Leone, drafted in to replace Morocco that executed a late withdrawal, will be up against Liberia, while Mali takes on Niger Republic and Gambia will tackle Ghana.

21 EAGLES B FOR WAFU CUP

Goalkeepers: Adamu Abubakar (Wikki Tourists); Galadima Mohammed (Nasarawa United); Theophilus Afelokhai (Enyimba FC)

Defenders: Olisa Ndah (Remo Stars); Stephen Manyo (Enyimba FC); Udochukwu Anumudu (Lobi Stars); Okon Nya (Akwa United); Ebube Duru (Lobi Stars); Etboy Akpan (Akwa United); John Lazarus (Lobi Stars);

Midfielders: Sikiru Alimi (Lobi Stars); Fatai Gbadamosi (Shooting Stars); Williams Ukeme (Wikki Tourists); Ndifreke Effiong (Akwa United); Chisom Orji (Collin Edwin Academy); Olatunji Oluwadamilare (Enyimba FC); Samuel Matthias (Akwa United)

Forwards: Sunusi Ibrahim (Nasarawa United); Seth Mayi (Remo Stars); Tosin Omoyele (Plateau United); Mfon Udoh (Akwa United)

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