- New players in the Super Eagles were forced to go through an initiation ceremony in London
- Kayode Olanrewaju, Issac Success, Tyrone Ebuechi and Joel Bazee are new players to the squad
- Issac Success sang a remix of Davido's hit single 'If', others danced to tunes by Nigerian artistes
As common with every football team; club or country, new players are forced to go through an initiation process which can sometimes be bizarre.
The Super Eagles also have their initiation ceremony which involves having to dance to a Nigerian song or sing a song by a Nigerian artiste.
The latest Super Eagles squad includes first timers Kayode Olanrewaju, Issac Success, Tyrone Ebuechi and Joel Bazee who were forced to go through an initiation ceremony.
After the first training session on Tuesday, March 22, the new players were given the opportunity to make themselves part of the team.
Midfielder John Ogu published videos of the players being initiated on Twitter.
Joel Bazee, Tyrone Ebuechi and Kayode Olanrewaju were asked to dance.
Instead of dancing, Issac Success of Watford decided to sing Davido's hit single 'If';
What do you make of the initiation ceremonies?