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Flying Eagles Quartet finally arrive at Dream Team Camp

27 June 2015, 07:05

Lagos - Four of the Flying Eagles players invited by Samson Siasia to the Dream Team VI have finally arrived the team’s camp beating the deadline given by the coach.

Also read: Flying Eagles skipper Musa Mohammed will not join Rosenborg

First to hit camp was winger Godwin Saviour who arrived at the team’s Serob Legacy Hotel, putting his team mates hugging and back slapping him, some hailing him on his performance at the U-20 world cup.

Taiwo Awoniyi also arrived at the camp at about 10.15am on Friday morning looking trim and getting set to go, not long after the U-20 captain defender Musa Mohammed stormed the camp in his all jean dressing, then as the team was getting set to have their lunch, in came goalkeeper Dele Alampasu.

With the arrival of the four players, the camp is now in full swing as preparation for the 1st leg U-23 Africa Championship qualifier game heats up.

Kingsley Sokari was supposed to join the team today, but is now expected to join two weeks to the game against Congo as he has signed for Tunisian club, Esperance.

Coach Siasia has meanwhile released players to play for their clubs in this weekend's Glo Premier League, expecting them to return to camp on Monday.


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