FIFA 2018 World Cup: 18 Eagles Hit Camp For Algeria Clash

November 7, 2016, 10:59 pm

A  total number of 18 players have arrived the super Eagles camp ahead of their world cup qualifier against the Desert Foxes of Algeria. Captain John Mikel Obi, of Chelsea, John Ogu And William Troost Ekong were the latest arrivals to camp on tuesday morning.

Victor Moses and Brown Ideye joined the camp late Monday alongside the duo of Kelechi Ineanacho and Arsenal's Alexander Iwobi. Ogenyi Onazi of Trabzonspor and Kenneth Omeruo, who plays for Alanyaspor and  Mainz 05 defender Leon Balogun, Watford striker Odion Ighalo, Gent winger Moses Simon and current winner of the Nigeria Federation Cup with Ifeanyi Ubah, Ikechukwu Ezenwa.had all joined the camp Monday morning.

Others are Zulte-Waregem's Kingsley Madu, Wilfred Ndidi of Genk, and İstanbul Başakşehir's Musa Muhammed.

The Eagles are exepected to pick the maximum points in thier clash against the Algerian team who are ranked as number one in Africa.



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