The Flying Eagles crashed out of the tournament after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Senegal at Lodz Stadium, Poland. The result sees Senegal progress to the quarter-finals while Nigeria head back home
Flying Eagles Stay Back in Poland After Disqualification Over Unpaid Wages
Guardian, 6 June 2019
Almost three days after being knocked out of U-20 World Cup, Nigeria's Flying Eagles team has refused to return to the country. Read more »
Why Nigeria Has Not Won FIFA U-20 World Cup
Premium Times, 6 June 2019
Of the 12 times she has attended the FIFA U-20 World Cup, Nigeria has come close on two occasions - in 1989 and 2005, where teams led by Nduka Ugbade and Isaac Promise fell just… Read more »
Nigeria's Flying Eagles Crash Out of U20 World Cup After Defeat By Senegal
Guardian, 3 June 2019
Senegal defeated Nigeria's Flying Eagles 2-1 in their round of 16 clash on Monday night, June 3 at the ongoing FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland. Read more »
Senegal Knock Nigeria Out of FIFA U20 World Cup
Premium Times, 3 June 2019
The Nigeria U-20 team, the Flying Eagles, have been knocked out of the ongoing FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland after they were beaten 2-1 by their Senegalese counterparts on Monday. Read more »
Sanusi Confident Flying Eagles Will Beat Senegal
Daily Trust, 3 June 2019
The General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi has expressed confidence that the national U-20 team, the Flying Eagles will soar high above Senegal… Read more »
Flying Eagles Sure of Beating Senegal for Quarterfinals Ticket
Nigeria believe they can overpower fellow African representatives, Senegal today to reach the FIFA U20 World Cup quarterfinals in Poland. Read more »
U.S. 'Two' Good for Flying Eagles
Guardian, 28 May 2019
Suddenly what looked like an easy passage to the second round of the on-going FIFA U-20 World Cup last weekend now seems a Herculean task for Nigeria. Reason: The United States… Read more »
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