Team hit Germany for World Cup preparation

The Flying Eagles will be jetting to Germany on Wednesday to continue their preparations for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand

 

Ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in May, the Flying Eagles of Nigeria will be on Wednesday, April 29 jet out to a training base in Germany to continue preparation.

According to the General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Mohammed Sanusi, a team of 30 players and 10 officials will depart for Germany aboard a Lufthansa Airlines flight from Abuja on Wednesday.

“The boys will arrive in Germany on Thursday, April 30, and be able to train for 22 days, before flying to New Zealand on May 23,” Mohammed Sanusi is quoted to say by Complete Sports.

“The present NFF administration is fully committed to providing the best of preparations for any of our national teams ahead of major international matches or championships.”

The reigning champions of Africa will kick off their World Cup campaign against Brazil on Monday, June 1.

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