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Isaac Success, Simon yet to arrive New Zealand

26 May 2015, 18:08Israel Ojoko

Lagos - As the Flying Eagles camp in New Zealand bubbles with the arrival of Kelechi Iheanacho on Monday, Isaac Success and Moses Simon are yet to join the squad due to travel hitches.

Granada striker Success has missed his scheduled flight to link up with the Nigeria U20s for the FIFA World Cup.

The 19-year-old was supposed to depart Malaga on Monday morning for New Zealand but is presently holed up in Andalusia awaiting the personal assistant to the NFF President, Nasiru Jibril, to deliver his international passport.

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The document had been sent by Isaac Success to Nigeria, as requested by the Federation, to process his visa to New Zealand.

Gent striker Simon was as well yet to be given his international passport as at Sunday.

Nasiru Jibril, regarded as one of the international experts at the NFF, jetted off to Europe last weekend and it is believed that he is now in Belgium to hand Simon his international passport.

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