SWAN Selected Technical Adviser, Olanrewaju Yemi Daniel, has handed out invitations to Ajegena Akolo Richard, Eche Amos, Adams Jesse and 27 other players ahead of next month’s friendly against Authentic Nigeria Football and Allied Sports Supporters Club (ANFASSC) in Lagos.
The game, which is the side’s third fixture of the year, has been scheduled to hold at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Onikan on October 5.
Team captain, Fisayo Dairo and ace midfield Partner Andrew Randa , both return to the squad having missed the last game against Super Eagles Supporters Clubs (SESC) in Lagos earlier this month.
The gaffer has his two goalkeepers Ajegena Akolo Richard and Olowookere Oluwabusayo called up for this one, while star defender Myckie Chukwuebuka makes his return, with Adepoju Tobi Samuel also called up to help marshal the defence.
Other defenders called up include Wale Quadry, Tunde Liadi, Sammy Adesoji, while Bamisebi Samuel and Samuel Oluwaseun Areo, who both made their debut against SESC earlier this month, have been handed their second call-up to the team.
Man-of-the-match against SESC, Shogo Shodunke, leads the midfielders called up, with Wole Opatola, Dammy Alagbe, Apostle Pikin, Sanipe Tonte and veteran, Shina Okeleji, completing the list.
Meanwhile, SWAN Selected’s top scorer, Adams Jesse Odoba-Yacham Jezil , Sawadinho Benjamin, Sulaiman Pooja, Ferdinand Udoh, Chijioke Henry , Emmanuel Josiah, Eche Amos, and Olawale Hamzat make up the forward line.
Swan Selected won its last game against SESC 1-0 and will be playing in Lagos for the third consecutive time this year.
THE 30-MAN LIST IN FULL:
GOALKEEPERS: Ajegena Richard, Busayo Olowokere.
DEFENDERS: Tobi Adepoju, Alesh Owolabi, Victor Modo, Sammy Adesoji, Mickie Chukwuebuka, Areo Samuel, Bamisebi Samuel, Tunde Liadi, Adebayo Charles, Bayo Adegboyega, Olawale Quadry.
MIDFIELDERS: Andrew Randa, Shogo Shodunke, Fisayo Dairo, Damilola Alagbe, Wole Opatola, Shina Okeleji, Apostle Pikin, Sanipe Tonte.
FORWARDS: Sawadinho Benjamin, Adams Jesse, Olatoye Olawale, Eche Amos, Ferdinand Udoh, Suleiman Pooja, Henry Chijioke, Olawale Hamzat, Emmanuel Josiah.