Ahead of the 2018 World Cup double header against Swaziland, some senior members of the Super Eagles team have arrived the Abuja camp.
Odion Ighalo, Ikeme, others arrive Abuja camp
Ighalo according arrived camp at the Bolton White Apartments, Abuja on the morning of Monday, November 9
Watford striker Odion Ighalo according to Goal, arrived the camp at the Bolton White Apartments, Abuja on the morning of Monday, November 9.
He met the likes of Carl Ikeme and four other players who arrived on the evening of Sunday, November 8.
All the players invited by Sunday Oliseh for the clash are expected to be in camp in time for a training session this evening.
Oliseh who has been in Europe recuperating from an illness is back in top conditions according to team coordinator Patrick Pascal.
"We thank God, the head coach (Sunday Oliseh) is back and he is hale and hearty. We are very happy to have him back in sound health. We also have all the assistant coaches and backroom staff on ground," Pascal told Goal.
"We have few players already arriving and expect a full house by Monday afternoon. The coach (Oliseh) is likely to begin training as soon as we have more players on ground on Monday evening.”
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will face Swaziland in the first leg in Lobamba on Friday, November before the return leg at the Adokiye Amiesiamaka Stadium in Port Harcourt on Tuesday, November 17.
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