Venezuela Friendly: Eagles Alter Training Schedule… As Keshi Celebrates Osaze’s Goals

Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi, intensifies his team’s training session.


The Nigerian national team has altered its training schedule ahead of the international friendly in Miami, United States against the Venezuelan national team.

Starting from Tuesday morning, the team under the tutelage of Stephen Keshi, leaves the training camp at the Bolton White Apartment in Zone 7, at 6:30am and return to the camping site at about 9:30 am.

“It’s all in a bid to ensure that the match time for the friendly against Venezuela and the sunny nature of the weather that is expected when the two team tango in the United States is followed” Team Scribe, Dayo Achor said.

The match time has been scheduled for 8:30pm Nigerian time and 2am CAT, but it’s expected to be very sunny on that day.

The team will train throughout this week in the early hours and is expected to jet out by the weekend for the friendly the highly slickly Venezuelans.

Similarly, Super Eagles boss, Stephen Keshi, has said he is delighted that one of his players, Osaze Odemwingie, got a brace in his team’s 2-0 win against Southampton on Monday night in the English Premier League.

“We always want our top players to be on top of their game and I am delighted to see him score a brace after we have succeeded in convincing him that the national team still needs his services.

“We pray that all our players continue to be in good health and score for their club sides ahead of the Nations Cup championship. It means we will have a very good squad at the CAN 2013 championship”, Keshi declared.

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