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CHAN Eagles: Rangers FC players invited to camp

Four players of Rangers International FC of Enugu have been called up to the preliminary 35-man list of the CHAN Eagles for qualifiers to the 2023 competition in Algeria.

• August 9, 2022
Rangers International Football Club of Enugu
Rangers International Football Club of Enugu [Photo Credit: Sports Brief]

Four players of Rangers International FC of Enugu have been called up to the preliminary 35-man list of the CHAN Eagles for qualifiers to the 2023 competition in Algeria.

The club’s spokesman Nobert Okolie, disclosed this in a statement in Enugu on Monday. He said the players got an invitation to the national camp.

He mentioned that they made it to the 35-man list of invited players from the domestic league by coach Salisu Yusuf due to their performance at the concluded season.

According to the statement, the captain of the club, Tope Olusesi, makes a return to the Super Eagles B team after playing against Mexico in an international friendly in the U.S. recently.

The other players are Chidiebere Nwobodo, Kenechukwu Agu and Ossy Martins who got their first invitation to the national team.

The camp will open on Wednesday in Abuja as the players prepare to square up against Black Galaxies.

The first leg would take place in Accra, Ghana on August 28 with the return encounter scheduled for the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja on September 3.

Winner of the two legs on aggregate will earn a berth at the seventh African Nations Championship finals to be staged in Algeria in 2023.

(NAN)

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