Poland Friendly: Ogu, Omeruo, Simon, Shehu lead latest arrivals

Angelica Greene
March 21, 2018

Speaking on the team's upcoming friendlies, Yusuf said the Super Eagles would stun Poland and the others they would encounter in the friendlies.

John Obi Mikel, Junior Ajayi and Oghenekaro Etebo will not play any part when Nigeria face Poland in Friday's worldwide friendly.

Their arrival now brings to 14 the total number of players in camp as at the time of filing this reports.

These include goalkeeper Francis Uzoho, as well as defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Elderson Echiejile, Stephen Eze, Abdullahi Shehu and Chidozie Awaziem.

The former Chelsea ace is however not likely to be part of the Friday friendly following delays in renewing his work permit in China.

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According to Enebi Achor as at press time: "We all had been hoping that the renewal would come in good time for him to fly to Poland".

Midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo is also injured, while Egypt-based Junior Ajayi, was unable to secure visa into Poland.

The Green and White will play the Robert Lewandowski's captained side on Friday, March, 23, before heading to London to face Serbia on Tuesday, March, 27.

Croatia head coach, Zlatko Dalić has confirmed that his scouts would attend all the matches involving their Group D opponents (Argentina, Iceland and Nigeria) at the World Cup this month, including the Super Eagles game against Serbia in London.

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