Despite the Super Eagles World and Nations Cup qualifier anticipated to be in high gear by May, the Nigerian national team are expected to be in London to defend the Unity Cup they won last year.
However, preparation towards the Unity Cup is in high gear, Daily Sunsport gathered that the competition was already scheduled for the month of May.
However, while last year's championship had the Republic of Ireland and Jamaica as co-participants, two other countries will be making appearances. The countries according to a source close to OSMI, which is putting the championship together, Ghana as well as Trinidad and Tobago, will join Nigeria and Jamaica to do battle for the Unity Cup.
While Republic of Ireland are not going to be part of this year's Unity Cup, efforts, we gathered, are in top gear to get the England and Brazilian national teams to join the Unity Cup campaign next year. One source revealed that OSMI are working hard to make things possible.