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Super Eagles feel Uyo turf

04 November 2014, 18:28Israel Ojoko

Uyo - The Super Eagles of Nigeria’s team for Friday’s inauguration game of the ultra-modern Akwa Ibom Stadium, began training in Uyo on Tuesday morning.

The team could not have a feel of the new Akwa Ibom Stadium that has received accolades from all and sundry because the arena was being marked.

The team made up of entirely stars from the Nigerian league trained at the Uyo Township stadium under the watchful eyes of Assistant Coach, Daniel Amokachi who was assisted by Valere Hyandonou and Ike Shorunmu.

The team was scheduled to have a feel of the much talked about Uyo Stadium later on Tuesday evening.

Head Coach Stephen Keshi was still away in Abuja on some personal issues and he’s scheduled to join the team on an undisclosed date.

The training proper, which featured all 24 players lasted for over two hours with some of the players having a first feel of the rigorous training in the Super Eagles camp.

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