U-20 AFCON: Norwich City duo train with Flying Eagles
Norwich City duo David Aziaya and Kenny Coker have joined the Flying Eagles camp in Abuja.
Aziaya, a goalkeeper, according to allnigeriasoccer.com linked up with the team last week but was unable to train due to injury.
The 18-year-old was, however, involved in the team’s training on Monday.
His clubmate, Coker, has also been pulling his weight in training.
The young forward, who was born in the United States of America, is also eligible to represent England.
Aziaya and Coker are hoping to be included in the Flying Eagles’ final 21-man squad for the competition.
Head coach Ladan Bosso is expected to release the list on January 25.
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