Nigeria-Mexico Friendly: players to resume camping in Abuja.

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Super Eagles’ goalkeepers John Noble and Ikechukwu Ezenwa, and other 23 players invited to camp for international friendly match between Nigeria and Mexico at the famous Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, California, USA.

Three-time African champions Nigeria will clash with the CONCACAF Gold Cup holders on Saturday, 3rd July in what is part of the Mexican’s MexTour Series that will see them play three matches before clashing with Nigeria.

Also invited are Rivers’ United ace defender Ifeanyi Anaemena, Enyimba FC midfielder Ekundayo Ojo and forwards, Ibrahim Olawoyin (Rangers International) and Stephen Jude (Kwara United).

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The players are expected to report at the Serob Legacy Hotel, Wuye, Abuja tomorrow with their travel documents. Only 22 of them will travel to the United States of America for the glamour friendly.

It is expected that the LA Coliseum, a 77,500 –capacity facility that has hosted major international championships of all grades, will be at full capacity for the friendly match

Defenders: Ifeanyi Anaemena (Rivers United); Tope Olusesi (Rangers International); Olisa Ndah (Akwa United); Adekunle Adeleke (Abia Warriors); Christopher Nwaeze (Kwara United); Enyinnaya Kazie (Rivers United); Mohammed Zirkiflu (Plateau United); Imoh Ubot (Enyimba FC); Tebo Franklin Degaulle (Nasarawa United); Lawal Oriyomi Murtala (Kwara United)

Midfielders: Anthony Shimaga (Rangers International); Seth Mayi (Akwa United); Uche Nwasonaya (Plateau United); Samuel Nnoshiri (Katsina United); Ekundayo Ojo (Enyimba FC)

Forwards: Anayo Iwuala (Enyimba FC); Stephen Jude (Kwara United); Ibrahim Olawoyin (Rangers International); Charles Ashimene (Akwa United); Chinonso Ezekwe (Rangers International); Auwalu Ali Malam (Kano Pillars); Neurot Emmanuel (Plateau United); Abdulmutalif Sanusi (Katsina United).

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