We’ve previously seen a concept video and a few leaked renders of how Motorola’s design for its V3 successor could hinge upon a foldable form factor. The company’s Razr V3 went on to become the best selling flip phone with more than 130 million units […]
Today, it is reinstatement of Salisu Yusuf…..
Tomorrow, it is stripping off captain’s armband from Desire Oparanozie….
Next, it is cat and mouse game with ICPC, EFCC…
And on and on….How many troubles do these guys want to contain with each casting a very bad image on the Football House….
Now we hear that the Vice-Captain of the Super Eagles, William Troost-Ekong may be banned for daring to demand for the entitlements of the team during Egypt 2019 AFCON which was concluded about three months ago…
Haba NFF!!! Not even an accursed person or Federation behaves this way…..or is our football Federation cursed?
Why all these inconsistencies, in-sensitivities and injustices? Why is the NFF inconsistently inconsistent? Who is advising the NFF wrongly?
It appears the adviser or advisor of the football house wants to destroy the Super Eagles after creating catastrophic situation in the Super Falcons team with the Thomas Dennerby-Oparanozie-Asisat Oshoala drama.
I hear Gernot Rohr is insisting that he won’t drop his “most reliable” defender as demanded by his employers who are aggrieved that the coach couldn’t even call Troost-Ekong to order while he was “influencing” his teammates to press for their entitlements in Egypt.
But one really has to be bothered about this latest drama considering that the player was captain when Super Eagles took on Ukraine in a friendly. Though, someone close to the NFF told Yours Sincerely that Troost-Ekong was allowed to feature in that game because the team had shortage of players, more so, the likes of Kenneth Omeruo was absent.
As usual as Nigerians we would fold our hands and watch as events unfold even if the NFF would succeed with this purported plan to ban the Udinese defender….just like they succeeded in blacklisting Vincent Enyeama, loads of Super Falcons players who protested to Abba Kyari, Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari on return from Cameroon AWCON among others for either demanding for their rights or speaking against unpopular decisions.