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Is Siasia Right Having U20 Players In The U23 Eagles’ Camp?

Dream Team VI manager Samson Siasia invited to his screening stay a integrate of a Flying Eagles players whom manager Manu Garba would need for a 2015 African Youth Championship in Senegal.

Former Golden Eaglets starlets Kelechi Iheanacho and Isaac Success are some of a players that locate a imagination of Siasia, though there is clearly a dispute of interest. This has lifted concerns over a probable formula both teams could grasp in their particular assignments in 2015.

Siasia has certified to being underneath vigour in a liberate of his duties of screening players suitable for a U23 inhabitant team.

Over 100 home-based and foreign-based players have been invited to a Dream Team stay and there are some-more approaching to be invited for serve screening exercises.

There have been calls in some buliding for Siasia to combine particularly on a players he has been mouth-watering for screenings and disremember those that are operative with Manu Garba for a U20 assignments.

What is your opinion about Siasia’s enterprise to work with some of a players who are approaching to play during a African Youth Championship in 2015?

Should players like Kelechi Iheanacho, Musa Mohammed, Isaac Success, Chidera Eze, Chidiebere Nwakili etc play for all age-grade inhabitant teams as prolonged as they are within a age limits? Will that be inestimable deliberation a earthy direct of such twin inhabitant group joining on their aptness and health?

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