Barely 24 hours after he appeared in Kaduna in the NFL game between his former club Kano Pillars and Enyimba International; the captain Facebook Facebook logo To connect with Ahmed Musa .; sign up for Facebook He arrived at the Super Eagles camp.
The arrival of Musa; confirmed Monday afternoon by Super Eagles media official Papafimi Raji; brings the number of players in the Abuja camp for the national team to 14 players.
This basically means that half of the 28 players invited to the game in Cameroon are now on the ground in the Federal Capital Territory; Abuja.
After leading the Super Eagles to third in Egypt at the recent Africa Cup of Nations; Moussa hopes to lead his teammates to a better finish in Cameroon this time around.
The Super Eagles are aiming to win the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon for the fourth time after winning the continental title in 1980; 1994 and 2013 respectively.
Meanwhile; it is also clear that all the invited Super Eagles stars from the UK are expected to arrive at the team’s Abuja camp later in the day (Monday) if there are no hurdles in their travel plans.
Among those eagerly anticipated are Wilfried Ndidi; Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City); Alex Iwobi (Everton); Simi Ajayi (West Promechino); William Trost-Ekong (Watford); Frank Onika (Brentford) and Joe Aribo (Glasgow rangers).
The arrival of the UK-based players will bring the camp to life as coach Austin Eguavoen continues to map out a winning strategy with those already on the ground.
14 players are now in the camp. Ahmed Moussa (Fatih Karagomruk; Turkey); Madoka Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam; Netherlands); Zidou Sanusi (Porto; Portugal); Moussa Simon (FC Nantes; France); Francis Ozuho (Omonia; Cyprus); Henry Onikoro (Olympiacos; Greece) ); Peter Olinka (Slavia Braha; Czech Republic); Chiduzi Oazim (Alayanspor; Turkey); Chedra Ijok (CSKA Moscow; Russia); Daniel Akbe (Kaizer Chiefs; South Africa); Sadiq Omar (Almeria; Spain); Olissa NADA ( Orlando Pirates; South Africa); John noble(Enyimba FC); Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin; Germany).
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