Eagles' Camp bubbles with arrival of Eighteen players

Super Eagles

The Super Eagles camp at the Bolton White Apartment and Hotel in Abuja as at Monday evening was a beehive of activities with the arrival of 18 players as at dinner time in preparation for the friendly game against the Pharaohs of Egypt.

The match is  scheduled for April 12 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Other players yet to arrive have already given their words that they would be in camp latest Tuesday, on time to fit into the plans of the technical crew to gel for the game against Egypt and several other friendlies lined up for the national team in the coming weeks.

All the technical crew members led by Dan ‘the bull’ Amokachi, in the absence of Big Boss, Stephen Keshi, are in camp getting set for training which resumes at the Abuja National Stadium in the federal capital.

Leading the players in camp is home-based Eagles skipper, Chigozie Agbim, along with three other players from his Warri Wolves outfit, including impressive defence ace, Azubuike Egwueke, hot shot Sunday Mba and Ossai Uche, the ebony black midfield ace.

Agbim said he was happy to be back in the national camp along with his teammates and promised they will do their best in the coming friendly against the seven-time African Nations Cup winners.

Below is the list of players who made the cut as at 7p.m. on Monday.

Chigozie Agbim, Azubuike Egwueke, Sunday Mba, Ossai Uche, Ejike Uzoenyi, Adesope Hammed, Juwon Oshaniwa, Okemute Odah, Hassan Hussein, Shehu Maijema, Ogonna Uzochukwu, Nura Mohammed, Kalu Uche, Henry Uche, Solomon Jabason, Barnabas Imenger Jnr, Papa Idris, Gabriel Reuben.


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