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Nigeria Vs Qatar (LIVE UPDATES): Flying Eagles kickoff campaign at FIFA U-20 World Cup

Premium Times Nigeria Friday, 24 May 2019 ()
Before heading to Poland for the World Cup, the Flying Eagles finished fourth at the U20 Africa Cup of Nations.

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News video: FIFA: Qatar 2022 World Cup to see 32 teams only

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