NFF Urges Super Eagles To Report To Camp On March 20

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The Nigeria Football Federation has advised the players called up for the international friendly matches against Senegal and Burkina Faso that they must report to their get-together in London latest 1300 hours on Monday, March 20.

The Nigerian Federation informed the players to make sure they stick to that time because they will start training under the guidance of Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr on the same day.

Thus, the Super Eagles are scheduled to have a minimum of three training sessions before stepping out onto the Hive Stadium for their first game of 2017 against Senegal.

Four days later, March 27, they will face Burkina Faso at the same venue in their final warm-up game.

Of the twenty five invited players, seven are based in England, including Arsenal starlet Alex Iwobi and Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses.

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