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Sports Africa: Iwobi, Ahmed Musa heavily guarded as fans mob them in Asaba after training

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Iwobi, Ahmed Musa heavily guarded as fans mob them in Asaba after training
Following the training session in Asaba earlier today, excited fans were all seen flanking all the players of the Super Eagles on Wednesday.
However, two of the squad members who required extra security were Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi and Ahmed Musa, who now plays in Saudi Arabia.

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This was revealed by Debola Adebanjo of the BBC via Twitter.
“The fans in Asaba stood in that ‘guard of honour’ line for when the Super Eagles team all walked out of the stadium after training.
“Ahmed Musa and Alex Iwobi walked out last because they needed extra security to join up to help them out.
“Fans went mental,” Adebanjo tweeted.

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