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Super Eagles begin training for Chad

22 May 2015, 17:12Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Super Eagles on Friday began training in Abuja ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad.

The game will be play in Kaduna.

A good number of the invited home based players arrived at the Bolton White Hotels and Apartments in Abuja on Thursday, ready to begin the healthy battle for shirts in the Super Eagles.

Also read: Players arrive in Super Eagles camp for AFCON qualifier

Coach Stephen Keshi urged the players to show hunger, commitment and discipline while justifying their invitation to the national team.

Players in camp as at 7pm (Thursday) included Chibuzor Okonkwo, Rabiu Ali, Nelson Ogbonnaya, Mfon Udoh, Ezekiel Mbah, Gabriel Okechukwu, Azeez Shobowale, Moses Ebong, Chima Akas, Nathaniel Joseph, Chinedu Udoji, Chidiebere Eze, Olabisi Samuel, Esosa Igbinoba, Joe Omale, Onyedikachi Bright and Idris Aloma. On Thursday night, Ibrahim Shuaibu, Kunle Odunlami, Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Tunde Adeniji also joined the team.

They train at the Goal Project from 7.30am.

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