Abuja - Super Eagles assistant coach and goalkeeper trainer,
Alloy Agu has expressed delight at having players return to the team's camp
after featuring in games over the weekend for their respective clubs in the
Nigeria Professional Football League.
As at the last count, seven of the players had returned from
representing their clubs to the Eagles camp, and Agu says it is a good thing
the players have returned early so they can continue with their preparation for
the game against Tanzania.
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"I'm happy the players are coming back from their
clubs. It is important we continue our program and preparation because we do
not really have too much time again.
"We have a very important game against Tanzania next
month and against Burkina Faso in October, so we have to knock the boys into
"It's a different setting now and we have to get the
boys to understand what we want," he said.
Agu has been working with only Femi Thomas of Enyimba and
Ikechukwu Ezenwa of Sunshine Stars, following the injury to David Obiozor of
Heartland, which ruled him out of the team.For
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