Nigeria will get a pre-World Cup friendly against Poland according to Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr.
The Super Eagles already have a friendly against England in the works as part of the preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
NFF General Secretary Mohammed Sanusi confirmed the Three Lions friendly but the FA are mum on one against Poland.
But, Rohr confirmed the team and date in an interview with football365.fr per scorenigeria.com
“Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has disclosed the Super Eagles will host fellow World Cup qualifiers Poland in a World Cup warm-up at home on March 23,” the story confirmed.
Poland is one of the top eight seeds at next year’s World Cup in Russia.
They’re seeded in Group H, which has another West African side Senegal as well as Japan and Colombia.
On Eagles camp for the tournament, he added, “We chose a base camp that we visited in southern Russia, between Sochi and Volgograd, in the countryside, in a region of mineral and spa baths.
“We will be far from everything, with opportunities for care and excellent conditions of recovery between games. At 500 meters altitude, it will not be too hot.
“Physically, we will be ready. We will take a second physical trainer, in this case, Bernard Ginès, I had in my staff in Nice, between 2002 and 2005. We will receive FieldWiz, which are GPS to work better in detail.
“We will have to progress in the scouting of our own players so as not to make mistakes in the list of 30, then that of 23. We will strengthen the scouting team.”
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