Twenty-three players took part in the home-based Eagles’ training on Thursday morning, ahead of next month’s friendly against Mexico.
Super Eagles media officer, Babafemi Raji, disclosed this.
The training took place at the Goal Project in Abuja under the watchful eyes of NFF’s technical director Austin Eguavoen, who will be in charge of the team for the friendly.
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He revealed that the evening exercise will take place at the training pitch of the Aguiyi Ironsi barracks.
The friendly between Nigeria and Mexico is billed for July 4th in Low Angeles, USA.
This will be the fourth time both countries will face each other in a friendly with the previous three ending in draws.
Their first ever encounter was in the third-place match at the 1995 King Fahd Cup (now FIFA Confederations Cup) which the Mexicans won 5-4 on penalties after regulation time ended 1-1.
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