There are indications that the Super Eagles camp for the 2018 FIFA World Cup African qualifying race will open on Monday November 9.
In a statement from the NFF, Super Eagles Coach Sunday Oliseh who is presently away in Belgium to attend to his failing health is expected to return to national team assignments on the said date.
“Coach Oliseh is expected to resume duties November 9, when the Super Eagles camp opens for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Round 2 fixture against Swaziland” A part of the NFF statement read.
Details on the location and the players to be invited to the camp are yet to be announced.
The Super Eagles will have to negotiate past Swaziland to reach the group phase of the 2018 FIFA World Cup African qualifying race.
The Isihlangu secured a 8-1 aggregate triumph over Djibouti to earn the right to face five-time World Cup finalists Nigeria twice during the month of November.
The Super Eagles have played at the 1994, 1998, 2002, 2010 and 2014 World Cup finals, reaching the Round of 16 in 1994, 1998 and 2014.
The Eagles will hope the can go all the way to make it to Russia 2018.