Ndidi declares himself fit for Soccer World Cup

Ndidi declares himself fit for Soccer World Cup

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday charged the Super Eagles to play fair and clean and make Nigeria proud at the 2018 World Cup billed to start in Russian Federation on the 14th of June 2018.

Buhari wished his countrymen luck in the competition, urging them to go and make Nigeria proud.

President Buhari spoke when he met with the Super Eagles and technical crew led by Minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung at the presidential villa, Abuja, as they prepare for their sixth appearance at the tournament.

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"The seminar is the very first of its kind in the history of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and is geared towards opening the eyes of the players and officials to good available investment plans".

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Four Super Eagles players' World Cup hopes have been dashed after being dropped by German coach Gernot Rohr.

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"We did not have the profile I saw in the center-forward but now we have found it".

"It's tough because we can't take all the 30 players to the World Cup", Ibitoye said.

"If the second scan in Abuja says the same thing as the first scan, I don't think the scan in London will be different", Rohr told KweséESPN, "but we will try and see".

Kano Pillars striker Lokosa and the Nigeria Professional League top scorer made an impressive debut for the national team against DR Congo on Monday, May 28.

The Super Eagles are expected to leave the country today for London in preparation towards their match against England at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening, another pre-World Cup friendly.

The team will leave London for Bad Tatzmannsdorf, a city in Austria, to spend eight days at the world-renowned Avita Resort before flying to Russian Federation.

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