Lagos - Nigeria caretaker coach Shaibu Amodu has been handed a list of 66 players to choose from for the Super Eagles' final two 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Super Eagles have a tough assignment in their quest to secure their place in next year's tournament and defend the title they won in 2013.
Amodu has been furnished with a list that includes outcasts such as Ikechukwu Uche and Obafemi Martins, for the two crucial clashes against Group A leaders South Africa and second-placed Congo.
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"What the technical department has done for me is very good, they have just provided me with a list of 66 players to pick from," he told the gathered media.
"I will hold meetings with my technical team with a view to fashioning out how we can pick the remaining six points. It is not for me alone to do the work, it is for all of us," he added.
The reigning African champions have stumbled through their qualifying campaign, and sit in third place after collecting four points from their opening four fixtures.
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