By Adeboye Amosu:
Home Eagles captain, Gbolahan Salami, has linked up with his team mates in camp ahead of African Nations Championship, reports Complesteportsnigeria.com.
The Warri Wolves forward who emerged top scorer in the Glo Premier League last season was granted permission to stay back with his family after recently performing naming rights for his son.
His arrival in camp has now increased the number of players in the team’s Bolton White Apartments Hotel camp, Abuja to 23.
The three remaining players Bature Yaro, Usman Mohammed and Matthew Etim are expected to join their colleagues in camp on Monday.
The Eagles will be making their second appearance in the competition after they finished third in the debut appearance two years ago in South Africa.
They will play in Group C alongside fellow West Africans Guinea and Niger as well as Tunisia.
The CHAN will kick off in Rwanda on January 16 and end on February 7, 2016.Uncover how I make $750 weekly on Facebook using never been revealed Social Media tools.