Super Eagles captain, Mikel John Obi, has debunked reports of his being injured, saying he is fully fit and ready for Sunday’scracker at the Levy Nwanawasa Stadium against the Chipolopolo.
“I don’t know where the story about my being injured came from. I have no injury.
“All the other players and myself are fit and ready and we are determined to start the World Cup race on a winning note,” Mikel told the team’s Administrator, Dayo Enebi Achor on Saturday. Players are expected in camp as from today with training sessions scheduled for morning and evening each day before departure to Ndola by chartered flight on Friday.
The clash between the Super Eagles and the Chipolopolo (who both fought out a memorable Africa Cup of Nations final in Tunis in 1994 that the Eagles edged 2-1) will start at 2.30pm Zambia time (1.30pm Nigeria) on Sunday.Meanwhile, Eagles technical adviser, Gernot Rohr and some of his technical assistants arrived in Abuja as preparations commenced for next week’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Zambia in Ndola.