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Players of Nigerian origin playing at the Qatar Fifa World Cup 2022

By Guardian Exclusive
18 November 2022   |   7:02 am
While Nigeria will not be featured at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, several players of Nigerian origin will be adorning the national colors of other countries at the World cup.

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