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Emmanuel Emenike arrives Super Eagles camp

01 September 2015, 12:23

Abuja - Five overseas based players have arrived the Super Eagles camp as at 2.30pm Monday August 31st, ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania, News24 can confirm.

18 overseas based players were invited for the September 5th game, but as at the last count, only five of them have arrived the team's Abuja camp.

They are Emmanuel Emenike, Moses Simon, Rabiu Ibrahim, Emem Eduok and Kingsley Madu.

Expected players are Carl Ikeme, Vincent Enyeama, Godfrey Oboabona, Kenneth Omeruo, Leon Balogun and William Troost-Ekong.

Also read: Emenike, Haruna battling to be fit for Tanzania game

Others being expected also are, Izunna Izuchukwu, Obiora Nwankwo, Haruna Lukman and Joel Obi.

Ahmed Musa, Sylvester Igboun and Anthony Ujah are also being expected as at the time of this report.

Meanwhile, the six selected home based players; Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Chima Akas, Solomon Kwambe, Austin Obaroakpo, Usman Mohamed and Prince Aggrey are also expected to return today, after being released over the weekend to play for their clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League.

The team will leave Abuja on Thursday, aboard a chartered flight to Dar-es-Salaam, and return with the same chartered flight to Port Harcourt for the international friendly against Niger Republic.

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