Daniel Amokachi Aims Jibe At Super Eagles ' Immigrant Players ' After Nigeria's Failure To Qualify For The 2022 FIFA World Cup
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Daniel Amokachi Aims Jibe At Super Eagles ‘ Immigrant Players ‘ After Nigeria’s Failure To Qualify For The 2022 FIFA World Cup

- Calls For A Return To The Developmental Structures That Brought Success In The Past.

Ex-Nigeria International Daniel Amokachi has aimed a jibe at Super Eagles ‘ Immigrant players ‘ in a comment on Supersport.

” The Bull ” also hit out at Nigeria for abandoning successful developmental structure for ‘rejected’ players who he claims do not understand what it means to play for the Super Eagles .

Amokachi said “Quality-wise we can’t take it away from Nigeria. Every day Nigeria is blessed with one immigrant player who is playing out there and he’ll always come up and say I turned down my birth country, I want to play for Nigeria when their country of birth never looked for them. They won’t even make their birth nation squads,”

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“Unfortunately for us Nigeria, we’ve thrown away our developmental structure which we had that made us win the 1996 Olympics gold medal, that made that generation so great.

“Stephen Keshi came into play and revived it and we saw how we won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.”

“Football in Nigeria and Africa is a religion. If we don’t have a player like Osimhen who hawked pure water on the Third Mainland bridge, you can see that’s the way he plays, he knows what it takes to play for Nigeria. That’s why he’s running 24/7 to make us win,” Amokachi continued.

” And then you have players who grew up outside the shores of Nigeria that don’t know what it takes to wear the national colours in the World Cup, it is different.

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“Several of the players have not been to the World Cup, they don’t know what it is. 99 percent of those players haven’t even felt the Nigerian stadium filled up like the way it was filled up.”

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