AFCON U17: Nigeria vs Zambia match preview | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
29 April 2023 | 6:19 pm
26 players have been registered by the NFF for the tournament and all have passed the MRI test required by CAF to be eligible to feature in the tournament. 21 players will be in match day squads while 5 others will be on standby and could make the list for the next game, depending on the selection of Coach Nduka Ugbade.
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