Nigeria football greats represented the country in the Star Sixes, the first-ever competitive world football tournament for iconic ex-in…
Nigeria football greats represented the country in the Star
Sixes, the first-ever competitive world football tournament for iconic
Nigeria had a squad of former Super Eagles players.
Amokachi, Julius Aghahowa, Garba Lawal, Joseph Yobo, Uche Okechukwu, Peter
Rufai, Yakubu Aiyegbeni and Emmanuel Okocha.
The tournament ended on Sunday with France emerging as Champions after defeating Denmark by 2-1.
|Yakubu sandwiched between Brazilian duo Julio Baptista and Gilberto Silva|
13 with a 3-2 victory over China. A first half brace from Aiyegbeni and a goal
from Daniel Amokachi gave Nigeria a winning start.
their squads for the Star Sixes
Dida, Elano, Juninho, Djalminha, Júlio Baptista, Amaral
Phil Neville, Paul Merson, Danny Murphy, Lee Hendrie, Wes Brown, Luke Young
Ludovic Giuly, Marcel Desailly, Sébastien Frey, Youri Djorkaeff, Bruno Cheyrou,
Kevin Kuranyi, Jörg Albertz, Jens Nowotny, Dariusz Wosz, Maurizio Gaudino,
Maurizio Gaudino, Timo Hildebrand
Luciano Zauri, Marco Amelia, Marco Delvecchio, Massimo Oddo, Paolo Di Canio,
Simone Barone, Stefano Fiore
Alberto García Aspe, Héctor Altamirano, Alberto Rodríguez, Braulio Luna, Miguel
Zepeda, Erubey Cabuto
Aghahowa, Garba Lawal, Joseph Yobo, Uche Okechukwu, Peter Rufai, Yakubu
Aiyegbeni, Emmanuel Okocha
Nuno Gomes, Raúl Meireles, Hélder Postiga, Paulo Ferreira, Luís Boa Morte
Dailly, Paul Dickov, Rab Douglas, Barry Ferguson, Mark Burchill, Jackie
McNamara, Richard Hughes, Richard Hughes
Contreras, David Albelda, Alfonso Pérez, Luis García, Fernando Morientes,
Carlos Marchena, Joan Capdevila