Lagos - Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh seems to be
satisfied with the level of improvement the home-based players show as they
continue to train ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against
Tanzania in Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania will host Nigeria on September 5, which will be
Oliseh’s first game in charge of the Super Eagles.
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The Nigerian team has been training in Abuja for just over a
week, and the coach says he is delighted with the level of technical development
in the players.
“After One full week of training, the home based are showing
lots of promise,” Oliseh twitted.
The invited foreign based professionals will start reporting
to the Abuja camp of the team after this weekend’s league games.For
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