Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has announced the Super Eagles' final 23-man list for the World cup. The German manager dropped fullback Ola Aina and FC Porto midfielder Mikel Agu from the provisional list of 25 players.
According to a poll carried out by Spanish respected newspaper-Marca English and Spanish sites, revealed that fans queued for hours to get their hands on the Super Eagles kit.
This development however triggered a lot of reactions across social media, as most users referred to the Super Eagles as overrated. See some reactions from Nigerians below; @mayor_b9 wrote; Super Eagles are just the upgraded version of Man U.
Former Super Eagles midfielder, Dickson Etuhu, has been found guilty of attempted match-fixing by the Court of Appeal in Stockholm, Sweden on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Wilfred Ndidi is also an important member of the Super Eagles of Nigeria under coach Gernot Rohr.
Shehu Abdullahi, Super Eagles Right back, has been awarded with N1 million and 10 Bags of Rice, after he was voted "Man of the Match".
The man of God went further to demand that Nigerians should pay him N750,000 to pray for the Super Eagles to win the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Aribo, who plays for Rangers in Scotland, netted on his debut for the Super Eagles in an international friendly against Ukraine. However, Mikel Obi feels Alex Iwobi will fill his shoes better.
Head coach of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, has released a 25-man provisional squad ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. Rohr also put six players on a standby list, incase of withdrawals and injuries.
Here are five players who may gatecrash the final Super Eagles 23-man squad that will confront Argentina, Croatia, and Iceland. Joel Obi Joel Chukwuma Obi made his Serie A debut for Inter Milan against Cagliari in 2010, when he was 19.
Super Eagles legend reveals 1 big problem Ighalo has been facing at Man United that people don't know
Super Eagles legend Daniel Amokachi believes Man United on loan striker Odion Ighalo will struggle to get into the Red Devils starting XI as he is only a back-up striker at the club.
World Cup 2018: "Super eagles won't qualify from group stage, they are not good enough" - German Man
The German, however, posited that the Super Eagles of the '90s remains his all time African best team in the history of the World Cup.
Etuhu played 33 times for the Super Eagles and represented Nigeria at the 2010 AFCON tournament and the World Cup in the same year in South Africa.
Super Eagles legend Austin Jay Jay Okocha is the last Nigerian to win the award in 2004 while Liverpool star Mohammed Salah is the current holder of the award.