Duo celebrate birthdays in Super Eagles camp

The players were a year older on Tuesday, November 10 and celebrated in the Super Eagles camp

Austin Obaroakpo, John Obi Mikel and Ezekiel Bassey

Super Eagles players took out time from training to celebrate the birthdays of two of their teammates Austin Obaroakpo and Ezekiel Bassey.

The players were a year older on Tuesday, November 10 and celebrated in the Super Eagles camp at the Bolton White Apartments, Abuja.

The players in usual camp style, danced and baptised the birthday celebrants with drinks.

The camp is in high spirit as the whole 24 players invited have arrived camp.

Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi,MLS based striker Obafemi Martins and Shehu Abdullahi were the late arrivals.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria will depart Nigeria (Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport, Abuja) aboard an ARIK Air Boeing 737-800 aircraft at 7am on Thursday, November 12.

They will land at the Matsapha International Airport in Swaziland by 2pm and head straight to their base at The Sun Hotels.

Official training at the Somhlolo National Stadium, Lobamba has been set for 7pm on Thursday.

The match between the Super Eagles and the Sihlangu Somnikati will kick off at 7pm on Friday, November 13.

The Nigeria delegation will depart Swaziland immediately after the match and fly direct to Port Harcourt were the return leg will be played on Tuesday, November 17.

The winner of the double header will progress to the 20 –team, mini-league round which kicks off in 2016.

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