CHAN Eagles training camp moved again

By Daily Sports on July 19, 2017

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The players invited to the CHAN Super Eagles training camp in Kano will no longer report by Thursday as the reporting time has now been shifted to Monday, officials have told SCORENigeria

The call-ups were originally expected to begin training camp by this past weekend, before the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) announced the camp with open on Thursday.

The NFF have now received approval from the Kano State Government for the home-based Eagles to train in Kano before a final playoff against either Benin or Togo next month.

A committee has been set up by the state government to ensure a smooth training camp for the national team.

Benin were forced to a 1-1 draw by neigbours Togo in a first leg qualifier on Sunday in Lome with the return leg in Cotonou this coming Sunday and the overall winners facing Nigeria between August 11 and 18.

Kano will now stage the Nigerian leg of this playoff match next month.

•Photo shows some home based Super Eagles.

Source Daily Sports

Posted July 19, 2017

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