There is cheering news in the camp of the Super Eagles in Morocco as 19 players have been given a clear health bill to play in today’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) against Morocco.
SportingLife reports that four players have been ruled out of today’s game due to injuries, sickness and suspension.
The Super Eagles skipper Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Sunday Faleye were out due to injuries. Daniel Itodo has not been involving in the team’s game after two matches due to sickness while Ifeanyi Ifeanyi was suspended due to the red card he picked up in the game against Sudan in the semi-final clash.
The team’s media officer, Toyin Ibitoye confirmed to SportingLife that all the 19 players who participated in the team’s training session yesterday will be available for Morocco’s clash.
“I don’t think we need to worry about the team because we have enough players to prosecute the match. Apart from the four payers who have been automatically ruled out of the game due to injury, sickness and suspension, all the remaining 19 players are fit for the game,” Ibitoye told SportingLife.
“Emeka Atuloma, Peter Eneji participated in the team’s training session on Friday. This is a good news to us in the camp and I know Nigerians will be happy to hear this too. Everything is good and we are ready for the game.”