Flying Eagles Finish Second in Youth Tournament

The national U-20 team, Flying Eagles, was stunned 4-3 by New Zealand in its last match of the Suwon International Youth Tournament, meaning the African champions finished second behind Uruguay at the four-nation event.

Nigeria's Flying Eagles

  • Nigeria:   Flying Eagles Finish Second in Korea

    Independent (Lagos), 10 May 2011

    Flying Eagles was stunned 4-3 by New Zealand in its last match of the Suwon International Youth Tournament on Tuesday, meaning the African champions finished second behind Uruguay… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Flying Eagles Finish Second in Korea

    This Day, 10 May 2011

    The National U-20 team, Flying Eagles was stunned 4-3 by New Zealand in its last match of the Suwon International Youth Tournament on Tuesday, meaning the African champions… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Flying Eagles Beat Korea Rep 1- 0

    Daily Trust, 6 May 2011

    Despite being wracked by fatigue and jet lag, the National U-20 men's team, Flying Eagles kept its winning by defeating host Korea Republic 1-0 at the beginning of the Suwon U-20… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Flying Eagles Win Again!

    Vanguard, 5 May 2011

    Despite being wracked by fatigue and jet lag, the National U20 men's team, Flying Eagles kept its winning by defeating host Korea Republic 1-0 at the beginning of the Suwon U-20… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Flying Eagles Win Again, Beat Korea 1-0 in Suwon

    This Day, 6 May 2011

    Despite being wracked by fatigue and jet lag, the National U-20 men's team, the Flying Eagles kept to its winning ways by defeating host Korea Republic 1-0 at the beginning of the… Read more »

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