by crossriverwatch admin
African champions, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have arrived in Calabar for Saturday’s 2014 World Cup qualifier with the Harambee Stars of Kenya.
12 players comprising 3 foreign-based professionals and nine domestic league ones, had a training session yesterday, coach Stephen Keshi expects to have a full complement of his squad at the end of today.
The governor of Cross river state Liyel Imoke is expected to host the team tomorrow, along with nation’s cup trophy to be displayed at the UJ Eusuene stadium where the match will be played.
Football loving fans in Calabar have pledged their support for the team during the crucial tie with the Harambee stars on Saturday.
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