Enyimba, Remo Stars and Brentford wonderkids headline Nigeria's U20 team for Ghana

(L-R): Daniel Daga, Kparobo Arierhi, and Benjamin Fredrick.

Enyimba, Remo Stars and Brentford wonderkids headline Nigeria's U20 team for Ghana

Izuchukwu Akawor 07:04 - 15.02.2024

Nigeria's U20s the Flying Eagles have swooped for Nigeria's brightest prospects from Enyimba, Remo Stars and Brentford for a trip to Ghana.

Nigeria’s under-20 manager Ladan Bosso has named a killer squad made of Nigeria’s brightest wonderkids for the All African Games in Ghana. 

Pulse Sports Nigeria reports that Bosso made public the 30-man list with headline players from NPFL top clubs Enyimba, Remo Stars’s academy, Beyond Limits, and Premier League club, Brentford.

Enyimba and Remo Stars lead U20s

Leading the pack is the experienced duo of Daniel Daga of Nigerian champions, Enyimba, and talented defender, Benjamin Fredrick, the bee from Brentford. 

Joining the experienced duo of Daga and Fredrick is Beyond Limits sensation, Kparobo Arierhi, known for his lethal finishing. 

Daniel Daga has been sensational at Enyimba.
Daniel Daga has been sensational at Enyimba. (Photo Credit: Enyimba/X)

These players have all received national invitation from Flying Eagles boss, Bosso, ahead of the All African games slated for Ghana.

The Flying Eagles coach will be hoping this collection of rising stars can shine at the continental tournament and continue their development towards future stardom.

Brentford's Benjamin Frederick

Nigeria finds itself in a tight group that includes Senegal, Tunisia, Uganda and South Sudan for the competition set to kick off next month. 

Full List of players invited

Kparobo Ariheri is one of the most highly-rated forwards in TCC. (Photo Credit: Beyond Limits/X)


Nathaniel Nwosu (Water FC); Andy Ezekiel (Calabar Rovers); James Friday (Mavlon FC); Femi Oriola (36 Lions)


Daniel Bameyi (YumYum FC); Benjamin Frederick (Brentford FC, England); Ibrahim Abdullahi (Kano Pillars); Emmanuel Michael (Gombe United); Emmanuel Onoja (Heartland FC); Ime Sampson (Dakkada FC); Haruna Aliyu (Doma United)

Ladan Bosso, Flying Eagles boss.


Daniel Daga (Enyimba FC); Auwal Ibrahim (Akwa United); Yinka Shola (Madiba FC); Farouq Olanrewaju (Beyond Limits FC); Chibueze Izuogu (Enyimba FC); Simon Karshe (Mavlon FC); Ibrahim Adamu (Real Sapphire FC); Ibrahim Idris (Kano Pillars)


Kehinde Ibrahim (36 Lions); Danjuma Lawali (Mahaniam FC); Oluwaseyi Akinfenwa (Real Sapphire FC); Ibrahim Lawal (36 Lions); Charles Agada (Mavlon FC); Nasir Muhammed (Capital City FC); Sunday Joseph (Zamfara United); Olalekan Ibrahim (Central Football Academy); Muhammad Isiaka (Niger Tornadoes); Rabiu Abdullahi; Kparobo Arierhi (Beyond Limits FC).

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