Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Super Eagles fans in Belgium will have two matches to look forward to during October international break as Sunday Oliseh’s men will face Cameroon and DR Congo

Eagles to face DR Congo in Mons

Super Eagles fans in Belgium will have two matches to look forward to during October international break as Sunday Oliseh’s men will face Cameroon and DR Congo
Mons will host one of Nigeria’s friendly games in October, while fans in Denderleeuw will also get the chance to see the Super Eagles in action.
13,000 capacity multi-purpose Stadium, Stade Charles Tondreau – home of former Belgian league side R.A.E.C Mons will be the battle ground when the Super Eagles slug it out with DR Congo on October 8.
Three days later, Sunday Oliseh’s men will head for Denderleeuw where they face arch rivals Cameroon at the 12,000 capacity Stade Van Roy.
This was confirmed by the Nigeria Football Federation via their Twitter handle.
The Super Eagles last faced the Indomitable Lions in February 2004, when Austine Okocha’s free kick sent them out of the quarter final of the Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia.
These games were lined up to prepare Nigeria for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup qualifiers.