The camp of the senior national team of Nigeria officially opened today ahead of their upcoming friendly games against Mexico and Ecuador respectively in the United States of America.
Newly appointed chief coach of the team Jose Peseiro arrived the camp of the team yesterday alongside his two assistants and he was later joined by the delegation from Nigeria which had eight players and some of his assistants.
As reported yesterday, the eight players who flew from Nigeria picked from teams in the Nigeria Professional Football League are goalkeppers Adewale Adeyinka and Olorunleke Ojo. Forward Victor Mbaoma and Ishaq Rafiu.
Others are Buhari Ibrahim, Bello Babatunde, Chiamaka Madu and Faisal Sani. They were joined by eight foreign based players upon arrival in their camp in the United States of America per an announcement on the social media platforms of the team.
Moses Simon, Ola Aina, William Troost Ekong, Alex Iwobi and Semi Ajayi are the first set of foreign based players to arrive the camp of the team and they will be a part of first training session under Peseiro later today.