Super Eagles land in Morocco – The Sun Nigeria
By Joe Apu
The Super Eagles have arrived in Agadir, a city on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco for the clash against São Tomé in the AFCON 2023 qualifying game against São Tomé and Principe on Monday, June 13, 2022.
Super Eagles media officer Femi Raji, who spoke to Sunday SunSports, said the team were in good spirits and should have their first training session.
“We arrived safe and sound and the team will have their first training session and get used to the pitch. Our players have put on the game against Sierra Leone and are now preparing for the game against Sao Tome.
Before departure, the team will train inside the MKO Abiola stadium on Saturday morning.
Nigeria kicked off their qualifying campaign on a winning note after beating Leone Stars of Sierra Leone 2-1 at MKO Abiola Stadium on Thursday night, but the same cannot be said for how São Tomé and Príncipe started their campaign. qualification. campaign in unimpressive fashion, as they were hammered 5-1 by Guinea-Bissau.
The vice-captain of the Williams Troost-Ekong team who was ruled out of the match Thursday in the 82nd minute after injuring his groin while trying to clear the ball is not among the players in Morocco.
The defender then returned to the UK to begin treatment. Additionally, Bonky Innocent is also unlikely to be out of the matchup due to muscle strain.
The match between “The Falcons and True Parrots Team” of São Tomé and Príncipe against the Super Eagles will be played at the Adrar stadium in Agadir, Morocco, on Monday at 2 p.m.