Twenty-one super eagles’ players had their first training session Tuesday evening ahead of Friday’s clash against Ghana.
The twenty-one players in the camp had their light training session with a corridor passing game.
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But some of the players, including William Troost-Ekong and Ola Aina, would need to regain match fitness as they have not tasted much action at their clubs since after the African cup of nations.
Another player who needs to gain match sharpness is Oghenekaro Etebo as he has stayed a very long time on the sidelines of Watford.
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