After Gernot Rohr, announced a 30-man provisional squad for Super Eagles, the question on the lips of many is who makes the final 23-man squad to play at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.
Chelsea wingback Moses was Nigeria's top scorer in the qualifying campaign with three goals, while Captain Mikel Obi, Iwobi, Simon and Iheanacho weighed in with two goals each.
There is, however, no place in the squad for recuperating Henry Onyekuru, whilst Brown Ideye misses out on the World Cup for the second consecutive time after being dropped prior to the 2014 edition.
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Dele Ajiboye has been a capable cover for Ikechukwu Ezenwa in the CHAN Eagles and central defender Eze shone at the last CHAN in Morocco to earn a transfer to Bulgaria. I will not be surprised if Rohr sticks with those he has been working with.
"I am also so thrilled to see Lokosa's name on that 30-man provisional list".
"The coaches have done their work and are putting finishing touches to the provisional list from which our final squad for the World Cup will be released".
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He has been replaced by Manchester City right-back Danilo, while Neymar recovered in time to be named in Tite's selection. It will be the 29-year-old's second World Cup after his participation in his nation's hosting of it back in 2014.
Other forwards that made the list include: Moses Simon, Victor Moses, Alex Iwobi, Odion Ighalo, Ahmed Musa and Kelechi Iheanacho. I can't wait for the tournament to start already.
"I still don't know what Ezenwa and Echiejile are doing in that squad?" The coach needs to manage the players available to get the best out of them.
Rohr is expected to make his final cuts to the squad after the England match, needing to drop seven players before travelling to Russian Federation with his final 23.
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