Bosso Include Daga, Bameyi, Nwosu And Other 17 Important Players In All African Games List

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Flying Eagles boss Isah Ladan Bosso, unveils his 20-man squad for the upcoming 2024 All African Games (AAG); reports.

Bosso and his Flying Eagles team started camping in Abuja earlier this year, same as his counterparts Christopher Musa Danjuma and his Falconets squad.

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The renowned tactician selected team captain Daniel Bameyi, defender Haruna Aliyu and goalkeeper Nathaniel Nwosu for the outing.

Expectedly in the team is combative midfielder, Daniel Daga, and offensive playmaker Favour Izuogu.

Ladan Bosso and his Flying Eagles team are expected to soar high in Accra

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The Flying Eagles of Nigeria is placed in Group B alongside Uganda, South Sudan, Senegal, and Tunisia for the men’s football event, commencing on Thursday.

The Nigeria contingent is scheduled to depart from Abuja on Tuesday, with its matches set to be held at the University of Ghana Sports Stadium in Legon.

In Group A, Ghana, Congo, Benin Republic, and The Gambia will compete, with matches taking place at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Recall, the Flying Eagles(U-20) emerged as runners-up in the men’s football event at the 12th African Games held in Rabat, Morocco, in October 2019, after narrowly losing to Burkina Faso in the final.

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The finalized Flying Eagles squad for the African Games includes:

Goalkeepers: Nathaniel Nwosu, Clinton Ezekiel, Samuel James

Defenders: Daniel Bameyi, Ibrahim Abdullahi, Oladapo Akintola, Godwin Sampson, Haruna Aliyu, Rabiu Abdullahi

Midfielders: Daniel Daga, Favour Izuogu, Auwal Ibrahim, Yinka Oladunjoye, Sulaiman Idris

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Forwards: Kehinde Ibrahim, Charles Agada, Nasir Muhammed, Sunday Joseph, Olalekan Ibrahim, Sadiq Isiyaka

Bosso is expected to achieve a podium finish for the first time after helping Nigeria win bronze at the last edition of the AFCON U-20 tournament.

Recall, the Flying Eagles achieved a knockout stage finish at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World cup tournament in Argentina

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