Eagles camp bubbles as Musa, Ekong, Aina arrive for Lesotho tie
Super Eagles camp in Lagos has come alive as players have started trooping in ahead of the March 27 and March 30 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho, respectively.
Captain Ahmed Musa, Watford defender, William Troost-Ekong, Fulham defender, Ola Aina and West Brom defender, Semi Ajayi have all arrived camp in readiness for the matches.
Also in camp are the pair of Oghenekaro Etebo and Henry Onyekuru.
The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF confirmed the arrival of the players on their Twitter handle Sunday.
Nigeria will travel via boat to Port Novo, Benin Republic on 27 and face Lesotho three days later in Lagos.
“Yes!!! We’re in camp now…players and officials already breezing in.
Early arrivals: @WTroostEkong @Aina2Ola @SemiAjayi & skipper,” NFF said.
Massive shake up looms in Lobi Stars as new ‘Sheriff’ hits town
There are strong indicationsns that are rife that massive shake up is imminent in the fold of Lobi Stars in the aftermath of the arrival of a new helmsman, Emmanuel Tama Aondofar, who has replaced Mike Idoko as the Vice Chairman of the club, Orient Sports reports.
Aondofar took over the mantle of leadership of the club on Friday and led his team to an emphatic 4-1 win against Rivers United at the Aper Aku Stadium, Makurdi on Sunday.
It was gathered that the former Mighty Jet and BCC Lion of Gboko player Aondofar is out to get result with the club as such would not want to keep anybody who is not proactive in thinking.
It was alleged that the immediate past leadership of the club led by Mike Idoko had duplicated a lot of positions, in the club a situation most of the Staffer were seen as clog in the wheel of the club’s progress through out the five years he held sway in the club.
It was also discoverd that Aondofar has been in the business of football for quite some time now, therefore his experience and romance with football coaches and administrators across the globe will be an added advantage to the club.
It would be recalled that Aondofar was appointed the club vice-chairman on Friday, nine days after his predecessor was fired.
Aondofar has directed that journalists should interview only the main actors–the players and the coaches–whenever they feel like doing so, adding that the job of the club vice-chairman is not to be heard but rather to make things work for the club as obtainable everywhere in the world.