Khartoum - The Super Eagles arrived Khartoum, the Sudanese capital early morning on Friday, at about 6am local time and 4am in Nigeria aboard Sudan Airways for the crucial 2015 Nations Cup qualifier game against the Sudanese national team.
Reception from the Sudan Immigration was smooth while a handful of Nigeria were outside cheering the team. After airport formalities, the team was driven to nearby Grand Holiday Inn, where it will stay for two nights.
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NFF Vice President, Seyi Akinwunmi led the team to Sudan, and the supporters club was on ground to cheer the Eagles to victory.Saturday’s match is scheduled for 8pm local time and 6pm Nigeria time and the Eagles are scheduled to have a feel of the Khartoum Stadium, same time on Friday evening.
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