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Injured Flying Eagle set to join team

03 December 2014, 10:13Israel Ojoko

Kaduna - Injured Enyimba midfielder Kingsley Sokari is the only player still being expected at the Flying Eagles training camp in Kaduna.

Sokari has promised to now join the team latest this weekend.

“Sokari is nursing a hamstring injury, but it is not so major and he has promised to join us latest this weekend,” said team secretary Auwal Aliyu Ibrahim.

“Otherwise, we have a full house and the spirit in camp is very high.”

Also read: CAF confirm Flying Eagles for 2015 AYC

This will be Sokari’s second invitation to the Flying Eagles.

The exciting attacking midfielder has been capped by Nigeria ‘B’ team and was part of the Super Eagles training camp for the 2015 AFCON qualifiers against Congo and South Africa last month.

The Nigeria U20s had their first training at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna Tuesday morning and they are expected to train twice daily.

The players are coping well with the cold and dusty Harmattan weather.

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