Head Coach of Nigeria’s U20 boys, Isah Ladan Bosso, has invited 35 gamers to renew tenting in Abuja on Monday January 9, 2023 in preparations for this 12 months’s Africa U20 Cup of Nations.
Goalkeeper Nathaniel Nwosu, who can be primary alternative for the Olympic Eagles, is on the prime of the roster alongside midfielder Daniel Daga and ahead Promise Bernard.
Coaching periods will begin on Monday as Bosso seems to choose his last squad for the match that additionally serves because the qualifying match for this 12 months’s FIFA U20 World Cup finals in Indonesia.
There are additionally goalkeeper Chijioke Anigboso, defenders Benjamin Frederick, Nathaniel Tambe and Hassan Shaibu, midfielders Ibrahim Yahaya and Muhammad Aminu, and forwards Adams Olalekan and Ayuba Francis.
Seven-time champions Nigeria will do battle with host nation, Egypt, Senegal and Mozambique in Group A of the 12-nation match happening within the cities of Cairo, Alexandria and Ismailia, nineteenth February – eleventh March.
All 4 semi-finalists on the championship will fly Africa’s flag at this 12 months’s FIFA U20 World Cup.
Uganda, Central African Republic, South Sudan and Congo are in Group B, whereas The Gambia, Tunisia, Benin Republic and Zambia will slot it out in Group C.
ALL THE INVITED PLAYERS:
Goalkeepers: Nathaniel Nwosu (Water FC); Chijioke Anigboso (Large Brillars); Saheed Akanbi (Adoration FC); John Otunbulon (Mavloon FC)
Defenders: Benjamin Frederick (Nasarawa FC); Adedoyin Odole (36 Lions); Daniel Bamaiyi (YumYum FC); Femi Abubakar (Madiba FC); Nathaniel Tambe (Box2Box FC); Solomon Agbalaka (Broad Metropolis); Aminu Yusuf (Lobi Stars); Hassan Shaibu (Good Metropolis); Augustine Njoku (Abia Warriors)
Midfielders: Daniel Daga (Dakkada FC); Ogbelu Onoche (Nasarawa United); Frederick Godwin (Metropolis FC); Jonathan Nicholas (Simoiben FC); Muhammad Aminu (Mailantarki FC); Shatima Umar; Abdulrahman Adam (Mahaniam FC); Caleb Ochedikwu (Mavloon FC); Ibrahim Yahaya (Mailatarki FC); Bilyaminu Musa (Mailafia FC); Musa Usman (Mailatarki (FC)
Forwards: Jude Sunday (Realsaphier FC); Ifesinachi Obiakwu (36 Lions); Adams Olalekan (Remo Stars); Emma Ochegbu (Plateau United); Haliru Sarki (Maikunkele FC); Christogonus Ibe (Chukwuebuka FC); Faruk Salami (Ikorodu Metropolis); Segun Otusanoya; Ayuba Francis (Nasarawa United); Promise Bernard (FAME FC); Shatima Abani (Plateau United)
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