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Uche, Enyeama join Eagles in camp

12 November 2014, 10:02Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Skipper Vincent Enyeama of Lille Metropole of France and Villareal of Spain striker Ikechukwu Uche were the last players to hit the Super Eagles Bolton White Apartment abode ahead of the crucial Nations Cup qualifier against Congo in Point Noire on Saturday.

The two players effectively missed out in Tuesday’s training session but are available for Wednesday’s session that will again be conducted by Coach Stephen Keshi.

Elderson Echiejile, Efe Ambrose, Ahmed Musa, Emmanuel Emenike, Juwon Oshaniwa, Kenneth Omeruo, John Mikel Obi, Austin Ejide, Raheem Lawal, Godfrey Oboabona, Hope Akpan, Omatsone Aluko, Sunday Emmanuel, Aaron Samuel and Ogenyi Onazi all had lunch with the technical crew before the team set out for the Goal Project site of the National Stadium for the day’s business.

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The training proper lasted from 4-6pm with Keshi taking charge of affairs. Home based stars, Chigozie Agbim,Azubuike Egwuekwe, Christian Osuaguna Ighodalo, Friday Edjidegborie, Solomon Kwambe, Kingsley Sokari, Emem Eduok and Gbolahan Salami were all in full flight during the session.

After some tactical sessions, Keshi chose to play the probables against the possibles to the delight of a sizeable number of fans at the arena.

Aaron Samuel was the star of the possibles as he scored a classic goal against Agbim, but goals from Emmanuel Emenike and John Mikel Obi eclipsed his efforts before Keshi called a close to the session.

Preparations for the game against Congo continues Wednesday in Abuja with Keshi saying he was totally satisfied with the fitness level of his players and hope it continues like that till match day.

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