Libya coach Adel Amrouche has named a 22-man squad for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group E qualifying matches with Nigeria later this month.

The teams are set to meet in Uyo on Saturday 13 October and Sfax, Tunisia, three days later for crunch qualifiers which could go a long way in determining the teams’ fates on the road to Cameroon 2019.

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2. Nigeria: Amputee Football World Cup – Special Eagles Plan Road Show Today

The team are also set to unveil their brand new Jersey and track suits for the Mundial.

Amputee Eagles

According to a statement by the NAFF and signed by the Public Relations Officer, Pius Asaba, the road show to be held in front of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos would be attended by members of the national team and their technical crew. It is also open to the general public.

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3. Ooni of Ife receives Buruj players and officials on trophy tour to celebrate Olojo Festival!

The highly elated Oba Ogunwusi who also received and blessed the players and officials of the academy while in London during the 2017 edition of the same competition was full of plaudits for the management of the Ikorodu-based academy led by the CEO Salaudeen Waheed.

ooni of ife Oba Ogunwusi

He promised to continue to support Nigerian youths with everything at his disposal so that they can fulfill their potential in all fields of endeavours and challenged the young players to continue to take their training and career development very seriously because they can never say how far they can go in the round leather game.

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4. Ex-Flying Eagles Stars Bentley, Fatai & Umar On Target; Ebiye Puts Himself In Shop Window

Round up of the Nigerian players that were on target for their European clubs on Sunday, September 30.
Former Flying Eagles striker Aminu Umar has taken eight games across all competitions to open his account for Rizespor after finding the net as they beat Fenerbahçe 3-0 at the çaykur Didi Stadyumu (Rize).

3. Nigeria/Libya: Rohr to Invite Success for Libya

ISAAC Success has been handed a recall to the Super Eagles by coach Gernot Rohr for their upcoming back to back AFCON 2019 Qualifiers tie against Libya.

Isaac Success

Success last played for Nigeria in 2017 in a friendly game against Senegal and despite impressing after coming on as a second half substitute, injuries, fitness and poor form have kept him out of the Nigerian team.

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