WorldStage Newsonline-- Nigeria's U-20 Women National currently camping in Korea for this month's FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Japan will resume training today.
They observed a brief resting on Friday after a long journey to the Asian Country on Thursday.
"We had to allow the girls rest rather than bombard them with our training schedule which is a loaded one," said Chief Coach, Edwin Okon.
The Namhae Sports Park Hotel where the team is lodged has 12 training pitches for the technical crew to choose from.
"We may end up having a feel of all of them for our convenience and suitability. I have gone round each one and they are all top class," Okon explained.
"We have just 15 days to our opening match against South Korea, so you can see that there is no time to waste. Every time from now must be properly utilised to get the best from the players.
Nigeria is drawn in Group B considered as one of the toughest, comprising Korea, Brazil and Italy.
Meanwhile new training kits from Adidas have been delivered the camp for the team.