The Flying Eagles set of 2015 are going into the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup as African Champions and Nigerians are confident that the Manu Garba led team will fly the ‘Green and White’ flag of Nigeria high at the tournament.
After finalizing their preparation in Germany scoring goals aplenty in all the three test games they played in, the Flying Eagles will leave Germanyon Sundaynight as they start the long journey to the host nation, New Zealand.
It’s expected that the Flying Eagles will leave Germanyon Sundaynight aboard Emirate airline which will stop over at Dubaion Mondaymorning. The Flying Eagles contingent will then leave Dubai beforenoonto Melbourne, Australia then continue to
Auckland, New Zealand and then finish off the last leg of their long flighton Tuesdaywith a domestic flight to Plymouth where they are expected to play all their first round matches.
The Africa champions,Flying Eagles will no doubt have their hands full as Manu Garba has stated that he’s expectant of a good outing at the World Cup with his team. Nigeria’s U20 team will face Brazil, North Korea and Hungary in the group stage.