Tuesday, 30 September 2014

INTERESTING ! Did You Know that NFF Secretly Plot To Reinstate Siasia [ See Proof ]


Super Eagles former head coach, Samson Siasia
might be in line to come in and replace current
coach and his former team mate, Stephen Keshi
if NFF’s ideas go as planned.
According to Goal, top NFF officials are worried
about Eagles last two games and have gotten
their opportunity to take out Keshi. The official
told Goal, “There are many factors standing in
the way of Stephen Keshi in his bid to retain the
Super Eagles job and I will give you a break-
down. But before that I must say that Keshi must
be most grateful to the Honorable Sports
Minister,Tammy Danagogo, for fighting for his
retention as the team chief coach.
“The minister has never hidden his love
and preference for him and he based it on
Keshi’s past achievement which he said
was more than necessary for him to
continue his job. The minister still
believes that the Eagles under Keshi
could still bounce back and qualify for
the 2015 AFCON in Morocco.
“But we at the NFF here know that the
problem with the team is more than what
we are seeing from the surface. Firstly,
there is no commitment on the part of
the players Keshi is parading for the
2015 AFCON qualifiers and if something
drastic is not done, Nigeria may not be
among those nations that would
campaign in Morocco 2015.”
He also went into details and explained that
majority of the executive committee are now
pissed off with Keshi’s behavior and disrespect
towards them and they want a coach who would
listen to their demands and respect them as his
employers.
“They have also not forgotten in a hurry the way
the former Eagles captain allegedly humiliated
the Aminu Maigari Board members during the
Africa Cup of Nations which Nigeria won in South
Africa and felt highly disappointed with the way
the coach received all the accolades and praises
from all and sundry without mere mention of the
NFF Board and Secretariat.
We all know how Keshi threatened to dump the
team in South Africa shortly after the Eagles won
the 2013 AFCON.
The controversies generated by this singular
action put the NFF in a bad light and so many
other crises including the players threatening not
to play one of the qualifying matches for the last
World Cup as well as during the World Cup
proper when the players demanded for their
bonuses. These crises put negative mark on the
NFF.”
Eagles have come under huge criticisms after
their home loss to Congo and drawing away to
South Africa and now left trailing with only 1
point from a possible 6 despite being the
defending champions of Africa.

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