1. Super Falcons Set To Tango China, Korea, Canada

Footballlive.ng learnt further that, after playing Canada, South Korea and China in the competition next month, the Falcons will in April also participate in a similar event in Cyprus.

After that, they will move to the same camp  the Super Eagles used for their Russia 2018 build-up in Austria for the final lap of preparations for France 2019.

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2. Onazi: I’m Committed To Playing For Super Eagles

Super Eagles midfielder Ogenyi Onazi has reiterated his desire to return to the team, insisting he is always happy to play for his country.

Onazi, 25, missed the Super Eagles’ last three matches through injury as Nigeria qualified to feature in their first Africa Cup of Nations since winning the tournament in 2013.

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3. NFF President: Super Eagles Will Play One Of The Top Three African Teams In March 2019

Nigeria Football Federation President Amaju Pinnick has revealed that the Super Eagles will be playing a friendly against one of the top three African countries as part of the national team’s preparations for next summer’s Africa Cup of Nations.
The friendly against the unnamed African country will hold during the first international break of 2019, 18-26 March, but after a dead rubber Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Seychelles.

4. Iwobi: Arsenal Will Recover Fast From Southampton Loss

Footballlive.ng reports that Iwobi admitted it was disappointing seeing The Gunners’ long run in all competitions ended by The Saints, with a 3-2 scoreline on Sunday, but the Super Eagles star says his team will dust themselves off very quickly and try to go on another run, as they host Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup this Wednesday.

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5. Aigbogun Takes Consolation In Babawo, Maxwell

Although the Nigerian side could not hold their own in Sunday’s final, after beating Mali on penalties in the semi-final, Aigbogun said he was relieved two of his youngsters recognised on individual levels.

Footballlive.ng gathered that the former Warri Wolves and Enyimba of Aba coach feels justified that his talent spotting efforts were proved right at the end of the day.

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