Start one, Bench one, Cut one between Utaka, Osaze, Moses in your starting XI for Super Eagles

Having the like of Nigerian legends John Chukwudi Utaka, Peter Osaze Odemwingie, and Victor Moses and you are to pick two players to make your squad, who will make your starting XI, the player to be in a bench, and who will be the player to drop out of the squad.

John Utaka was born on January 8, 1982, in Enugu Nigeria, the 38-year-old former Eagles winger made 49 appearances for Super Eagles in 2001-2012 and scored 6 goals.

John Utaka

During his career, he has mainly been utilised as a pacy winger making him a very effective element in a team’s counter-attacking style of play. He is the founder of the John Utaka Football Academy Minna.

Peter Osaze Odemwingie is a retired Nigerian professional footballer who played as a forward and winger. Osaze was born on July 15, 1981, and he made 63 appearances for Nigeria and scored 10 goals for his career from 2002-2014.


Odemwingie made his debut for the Nigerian national team in a friendly against Kenya in May 2002 and has represented the country over 60 times, including at two World Cups and four Africa Cup of Nations, as well as winning silver at the 2008 Olympics. The 39-year-old also scored one goal in Olympics with 6 appearances.

Victor Moses was a former Nigerian footballer who played as a winger for Super Eagles with shirt number 11, Osaze also wore the same jersey number for Nigeria. Moses was born on December 12, 1990, and made 38 appearances for Nigeria at the senior level and scored 12 goals from 2012 to 2018.

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Now you have these set of players in your team who will be in your starting XI, in your bench, and who be left out of the squad.

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