Super Eagles trains behind closed door

Super Eagles trains behind closed door





The public and the media will no longer be allowed into the Super Eagles trainings as they put finishing touches to tactics for Saturday’s decisive AFCON qualifier against Benin.

Fans and reporters were allowed for the team’s training at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos yesterday evening.

Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho was the last player to join the Eagles camp in Lagos earlier today after overcoming a travel hitch.

The squad will depart Lagos for Cotonou Friday morning.

Saturday’s match at the Charles de Gaulle Stadium in Porto-Novo will kick off by 5pm.

Nigeria lead the qualifying group with eight points, while Benin are a point behind.

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The public and the media will no longer be allowed into the Super Eagles trainings as they put finishing touches to tactics for Saturday’s decisive AFCON qualifier against Benin.

Fans and reporters were allowed for the team’s training at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos yesterday evening.

Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho was the last player to join the Eagles camp in Lagos earlier today after overcoming a travel hitch.

The squad will depart Lagos for Cotonou Friday morning.

Saturday’s match at the Charles de Gaulle Stadium in Porto-Novo will kick off by 5pm.

Nigeria lead the qualifying group with eight points, while Benin are a point behind.

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