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Super Eagles’ defender, Jamilu Collins believes that the Africa Cup of Nations semifinal game against Algeria will be highly technical and they must follow the coach instructions to beat the Northern Africans.

Shehu Abdullahi, Jamilu Collins arrive Super Eagles camp in Singapore, Peter Etebo still expected

Shehu Abdullahi and Jamilu Collins have joined the Super Eagles at their Fairmont Hotel base ahead of Sunday’s friendly encounter against the Selecao of Brazil.
Head of the Federal Government delegation to the 32nd Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Distinguished Senator Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan (President of the Senate of the Federal Republic) has given the Super Eagles a pat on the back for their outing against Algeria on Sunday, while charging them to go all out against Tunisia on Wednesday to win the bronze medals.

Super Eagles settle for N15 million hotel in Singapore

Nigeria’s Super Eagles have settled for massively built Fairmont Hotel in Singapore ahead of their friendly against Samba Boys of Brazil on Sunday.

Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi, William Troost-Ekong storm Singapore for Brazil friendly

Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi and William Troost-Ekong were mobbed by cheerful Singaporean fans on their arrival at the team’s Fairmont Hotel base, Singapore on Thursday morning.
Nigeria Football Federation’s delegation expected to travel to Singapore On Tuesday for Sunday’s international friendly encounter against Singapore failed to make the trip after they failed to get entry visas to the Asian country.

Singapore visa delay threatens Super Eagles vs Brazil friendly

Nigeria Football Federation’s delegation expected to travel to Singapore On Tuesday for Sunday’s international friendly encounter against Singapore failed to make the trip after they failed to get entry visas to the Asian country.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles team B on Saturday crashed out of the ongoing West African Football Union (WAFU) Cup of Nations in Senegal. - NFF

Super Eagles arrive Singapore Wednesday for Brazil friendly

Players and officials of the Super Eagles are expected to Singapore on Wednesday for Sunday’s friendly encounter against five-time world champions, Brazil.

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