Friday, February 23, 2024

Nigeria Super Eagles 25-Man List For AFCON 2024 CONFIRMED!

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The 25-man list for Nigeria Super Eagles has been confirmed today by the National team coach, MySportDab reports.

Jose Peseiro is keeping his list shorter than the 27 players requests as the coach confirmed today ahead of the tournament in January.

The Super Eagles list will be lead by Napoli forward Victor Osimhen who is expected to be the key player for Nigeria in January.

Nigeria have been drawn in sane group with Ivory Coast who are the host Nation for the AFCON which will kick off in January 2024.

Their first game will be against the Equatorial Guinea which will happen in January 14 with both teams playing themselves.

While the second game for the Super Eagles will be one against Ivory Coast who are the host nation which take place on the 18th.

The final group stages game will be between Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau in what by then would have decided their qualifications.

The Super Eagles have now released an official list which consists of 25 players including the main man Victor Osimhen from Napoli.

SEE FULL LIST 

Jose Peseiro have named his list which have followed some criticism based on some names who did not make it to final selection.

Goalkeepers

Stanley Nwabili

Francis Uzoho

Leke Ojo

Defenders

William Troost-Ekong

Bright Osayi Samuel

Ola Aina

Zaidu Sanusi

Bruno Onyemaechi

Semi Ajayi

Calvin Bassey

Chidozie Awaziem

Kenneth Omeruo

Midfielders

Wilfred Ndidi

Joe Aribo

Raphael Onyedika

Frank Onyeka

Alex Iwobi

Forwards 

Kelechi Iheanacho

Samuel Chukwueze

Moses Simon

Ademola Lookman

Victor Osimhen

Victor Boniface

Ahmed Musa

Sadiq Umar

Ahmed Musa make his return to the team after a long time out which he is expected to be the captain.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have been tasked to win the AFCON 2024 after their woeful performance last time out which they were knocked out of the knockout round.

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