Nigeria’s youth national team, Flying Eagles’ coach, Paul Aigbogun has revealed plans to check out new players at his camp, which opened on Monday, ahead of the Africa U-20 Cup of Nations in Niger Republic.
Aigbogun reckoned that starting the camping process early towards next year’s competition gives him adequate time to try out many options, among which is an open screening that would help him spot new talents.
The former Enyimba FC of Aba coach stated further that he will have enough time to check out new players and integrate fully into his team and game plans anyone among them that shows enough potentials.
Footballllive.ng gather further that Aigbogun now wants to hit the ground running, and start team building efforts from the word go, as he and his players settle down to their latest camping expedition in Abuja.
Aigbogun declared: “We have gone around watching different players, (and) it is now for such players to showcase what they can do.
“After the first phase of the camping, those players who will eventually qualify to make the team will be invited for the second phase.
“(That is when we ) will have a combination of both the new set and the old set in other to have a solid team.”