The Nigeria National Under-23 football team popularly referred to as the Olympic Eagles, often change because it is age grade.
It is almost impossible for you to find the same player who featured in the 2020 squad in the 2022 squad.
Except of course as one of the acceptable maximum of three (3) senior members allowed by FIFA as over-age exception.
All Nigeria National Under-23 Football Team 2020
Born Jun 9, 1997: Abubakar Adamu (Wikki Tourists)
Born Nov 17, 2000: Mohammed Galadima (Nasarawa United)
Born Jan 17, 1999: Kingdom Osayi (MFM FC)
Born Nov 3, 1997: Izuchukwu Anthony (Spartak Trnava)
Born Jun 1, 1999: Valentine Ozornwafor (Galatasaray)
Born Jan 21, 1998: Olisa Ndah (Akwa United)
Born Aug 22, 2000: Godfrey Bitok Stephen (Jagiellonia Bialystok)
Born Apr 28, 1998: Sincere Seth Mayi (Remo Stars)
Born Aug 9, 1999: Samuel Atvati (Etoile Sportive Metlaoui)
Born Sep 17, 1999: Tom Dele-Bashiru (Watford FC)
Born May 7, 2000: Aliyu Adam (FC Sfîntul Gheorghe Suruceni)
Born Jul 14, 1999: Josiah Chukwudi (Without Club)
Born Jun 5, 1998: Kelechi Nwakali (AD Alcorcón)
Born Sep 7, 1998: Benito (Olimpik Donetsk)
Born Nov 29, 1998: Sunday Faleye (FK Dukla Prag)
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Born Jan 19, 1998: Orji Okwonkwo (Reggina 1914)
Born Oct 1, 2002: Sunusi Ibrahim (Club de Foot Montréal)
Born Aug 12, 1997: Taiwo Awoniyi (1.FC Union Berlin)
Born Feb 8, 1998: Bright Enobakhare (SC East Bengal)
Born Aug 15, 1998: Ndifreke Effiong (Akwa United)
Nigeria National Under-23 football team coach: Imama Amapakabo
Those are all the Nigeria U 23 players who couldn't represent the country in the Africa U-23 Cup of Nations which kicked off in Egypt., WAFU CUP and CHAN.
This article was most recently revised and updated 1 year ago