Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, is expected to begin a tour of Europe next week to hold talks with players he will use to prosecute the double-header 2017 African Nations Cup qualifiers against the Pharaohs of Egypt.
Oliseh to Meet Ighalo, Moses, Others Next Week
Guardian, 13 February 2016
Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, is expected to begin a tour of Europe next week to hold talks with players he will use to prosecute the double-header 2017 African Nations Cup… Read more »
Will Chelsea's Victor Moses be available for next month's all-important Afcon's double-header against Egypt?
CAF Agrees New Date for Eagles, Pharaohs Clash
This Day, 15 February 2016
Nigeria's all important Africa Cup of Nations Group G qualifier with Egypt has been moved back by three days according to the Nigeria Football Federation, (NFF). Read more »
Afcon 2017 - Nigeria's Date With Egypt Shifted Forward
Premium Times, 13 February 2016
The match between Nigeria and Egypt has been shifted forward by three days after the teams received approval from CAF that the crucial African Nations Championship (AFCON)… Read more »
Change of Date Ensures S/Eagles Get Extra Training Days Ahead Egypt Clash
This Day, 14 February 2016
Nigeria will now get three extra days to train after they received approval from CAF that a crucial AFCON 2017 qualifier against Egypt be moved to March 26. The match was… Read more »
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