Ex- International Ezeugo Blames Former Eagles Stars For Nigeria’s Football State
Emeka Ezeugo, a former Nigerian International who represented the country in the FIFA World Cup in 1994 has blamed former Super Eagles Stars for helping Amaju Pinnick led administration push the country’s football back to one of its dark ages.
“I blame Jay Jay Okocha, Kanu Nwankwo, Mutiu Adepoju, Peter Rufai, Alloy Agu, Samson Siasia, Augustine Eguavoen, Victor Ikpeba, Emmanuel Amunike, and all ex footballers who collected appointments and positions from Amaju Pinnick led NFF,” he said.
“They are all part of the problems, they are the ones that have killed Nigerian Football,” he added.
This is coming following the disappointing performance of the Super Eagles of Nigeria against the Black Stars of Ghana in Abuja where they failed to pick the ticket for the biggest footballing showpiece in the world,the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Reactions has continued to trail Nigeria’s failure to secure a spot in this year’s FIFA World Cup with the latest one coming from Emeka Ezeugo a former Nigerian International.