Issac Success Eager To Return To Super Eagles

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Watford FC forward, Isaac Success, insists he is committed to the Super Eagles and he is ready for the big challenge to lead the team’s attack in the very important games lined up for the three-time African Champions.

The former Junior International has been called up several times by the technical crew of the Super Eagles but has been hampered by injuries making just one appearance against Senegal in an international friendly in March.

He is eager to return to the team as they battle for tickets in both the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2018 Africa Cup of Nations.

Ahead of the new season in the English Premier League, success said he is poised for the new challenge it would bring and expressed confidence that Watford FC will excel under their new manager, Marco Silva.

Yahaya, Eze Promise To Meet January 15 Deadline

Musa_Yahaya1Tottenham Hotspur youngster, Musa Yahaya and FC Porto’s Chidera Eze, have promised to be with the Flying Eagles squad by the January 15 deadline given to them.

“We have been following up on the release of the foreign pros called up for the African Youth Championship and so far the signals have been very encouraging,” said team secretary Auwal Aliyu Ibrahim.

“For instance, Musa Yahaya is off to Malaysia for an invitational tournament with the Spurs youth team and he has called to say he will join us as soon as he returns.

“Chidera Eze has also assured he will come in before the January 15 deadline set by the coach for all overseas-based players to report to the training camp in Kaduna.”

Sweden-based Taiwo Awoniyi and Musa Muhammed are so far the only pros now training with the African Youth Championship-bound squad.

The other foreign pros called up include Moses Simon, Kingsley Madu, Isaac Success, Kelechi Iheanacho and Chidiebere Nwakali.

Meanwhile, the team led by coach Manu Garba will open 2015 with an endurance drill in the morning of New Year’s day.

“We will begin 2015 with hard work,” said Flying Eagles assistant coach Nduka Ugbade.

“There is still a lot of work to be done before our first match at the AYC and so we cannot afford to relax even for a day.

“All celebrations therefore have to be put on hold until we have met some of our targets.

“Our New Year’s day will be when we would have qualified for the World Cup in New Zealand.”

Iheanacho, Success in Flying Eagles 35-Man Provisional Squad

U-17-World-Cup-Eagles-WinMost valuable player at the 2013 Fifa U-17 World Cup, Kelechi Iheanacho and Golden Eaglets playmaker, Isaac Success, have been named in a 35-man provisional squad expected to resume camping ahead of a 2015 African Youth Championship qualifier.

Other players including Musa Muhammed (Besiktas,Turkey), Chidiebere Nwakali (Manchester City, England), Chidera Eze (FC Porto, Portugal), Musa Yahaya (Celta Vigo, Spain) and Sunday Alampasu, who is undergoing trials in Belgium, are also part of the team.

The squad is made up of the bulk of the 2013 FIFA U17 World Cup-winning squad. 

The full squad:

Goalkeepers: Sunday Alampasu, Adamu Abubakar, Abdulazeez Abubakar, Zaharadden Mohammed

Defenders: Samuel Okon, Aliyu Abubakar, Wilfred Ndidi, Prince Izu Omego, Timothy Danladi,Ifeanyi Nweke, Mazadu Sirajo, Mustapha Abdullahi, Musa Muhammed, Zaharaddeen Bello

Midfielders: Abdullahi Alfa, Akinjide Idowu,Ifeanyi Matthew, Mathias Samuel, Fedelix Irene, Uche Okeke, Chidiebere Nwakali

Strikers: Taiwo Awoniyi, Alhassan Ibrahim, Bernard Bulbwa,Suleiman Abdullahi, Billy Auta, Abubakar Lawal, Wasiu Jimoh, Anthony Omaka,Umar Ahmed, Kelechi Iheanacho, Isaac Success, Musa Yahaya, Chidera Eze, Victory Omodiagbe