Super Eagles Makes New List Of Top 10 World’s Most Valuable National Team

NFF moves to integrated Enyeama into the Super Eagles ahead of AFCON.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria makes top ten list of world’s most valuable national teams reports.

According to a recent post on the official Twitter (now X) handle of the Super Eagles, it can be spotted that the team is currently in the top ten world’s most valuable national team.

The Super Eagles currently boasts of high profiled players in Victor Osimhen (valued at €120milion), Victor Boniface (valued at €40million) Alex Iwobi (valued at€28million), Samuel Chukwueze (valued at €25million) amongst other players.

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The three-time African champions, is the only national team of African extraction that made the list.

Nigeria fails to win AFCON 2027 bid.
Ola Aina, Alex Iwobi and Joe Aribo during Super Eagles training session

The full list and standings of the most valuable teams is the following:

  1. England
  2. France
  3. Portugal
  4. Brazil
  5. Spain
  6. Argentina
  7. Germany
  8. Italy
  9. Netherlands
  10. Nigeria

Super Eagles makes top ten most valuable national teams in the world.

In a related story, Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro has revealed the main reason why he decided to take a Pay-cu t to remain as the team’s coach.

The 63-year-old took a pay-cut last August to continue as the coach of Nigeria; and will now lead the team to the 2023 AFCON in Ivory Coast.

According to the former Sporting CP gaffer, Super Eagles players had begged him to stay and help them win Nigeria’s fourth AFCON title.

“The players pushed me to stay because they believe we can win (the AFCON),” he told Sky Sports and was quoted by Daily Post Nigeria.

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“We can win it. The players know it. They come with the same energy, the same belief, to fight for the Super Eagles.”

Jose Peseiro retains job as the Super Eagles head coach, set sights on AFCON.
Jose Peseiro

Speaking further “The standard for anyone representing the Super Eagles must always be the highest. The players’ effort was excellent and as a consequence we achieved the victory in a friendly game for the first time in almost 5 years.”

Meanwhile, Christopher Musa Danjuma, the head coach of Nigeria’s Falconets (U-20), has invited thirty for next month’s FIFA U-20 women’s world cup qualifier fixture against Tanzania.

The Falconets will take on Tanzania in Dar es Salaam, before hosting them days later in Uyo for the reverse fixture.

Full list of invited players are:

Goalkeepers: Linda Jiwuaku (Bayelsa Queens); Faith Omilana (Naija Ratels); Anderlin Mgbechi (Delta Queens); Shukurat Bakare (Nasarawa Amazons)

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Defenders: Jumoke Alani (Edo Queens); Oluwabunmi Semilore (Naija Ratels); Oluchi Ohaegbunam (Nasarawa Amazons); Tumininu Adeshina (Naija Ratels); Shukurat Oladipo (FC Robo Queens); Comfort Folorunsho (Edo Queens); Monica Elejo (Nasarawa Amazons); Alake Kasali (Bayelsa Queens)

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Midfielders: Taiwo Afolabi (Delta Queens); Chinyere Kalu (Nasarawa Amazons); Vera Samuel (Delta Queens); Shukurat Sobowale (Nasarawa Amazons); Esther Inyang (Delta Queens); Aminat Folorunsho (Rivers Angels); Gloria Evans (FCT Academy); Chidera Okenwa (Delta Queens)

Forwards: Chiamaka Okwuchukwu (Rivers Angels); Chinasa Ogor (Delta Queens); Opeyemi Ajakaye (FC Robo Queens); Adaobi Okoh (Remo Queens); Chioma Olise (Edo Queens); Chisom China (Bayelsa Queens); Lydia Joshua (Heartland Queens); Delight Isaac (Dannz Ladies); Jenat Akekoromowei (Asisat Academy); Yina Adoo (Nasarawa Amazons

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