The executive committee of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF led by Amaju Pinnick has accused of not having any blueprint for Nigerian one year after assuming office.
Former spokesman of the then Nigeria Football Association, NFA, Austin Mgbolu who spoke exclusively to Nigeria Pilot Sports while assessing the performance of Pinnick-led NFF, lamented poor run of results by virtually all the national teams and called for proactive steps to avert further negative fallouts.
The present crop of football administrators at the glasshouse marked one year in office last week Wednesday after they were elected and sworn in on September 30, 2014.
“As far as I’m concerned, the board has not as a matter of fact rolled out any program because when a man is coming on board, the tendency is for him to have a blueprint that will serve as a guide but this board is yet to unveil their agenda. So it will be difficult to assess them.
“If you look at all the competition we have taken part in, we are yet to record that impressive performance that majority of us should be proud of. It’s either teams are knocked out in the beginning or middle of major competition or we fail to qualify.
“I think time has come to really put our house in order because as far as I’m concerned there is no major legacy that we can really lay our hands upon. All we have are promises that are not based on facts that are verifiable. I have not seen anything to lay my hand on. We took part in major tournaments and Nigeria could not qualify for AFCON.
“Shall we talk about poor performance of U-20 and U -17, Super Falcons? It all happened under this tenure. We are praying that U-17 will be in position to rescue the nation in the forthcoming world championship in Chile later this month.”
At the moment, Nigeria’s senior national team, Super Eagles are on the verge of not qualifying for another Nations Cup should they fail to record impressive performance in their remaining matches against Egypt, Tanzania and Chad.
Their female counterparts, Super Falcons have continued to nose dive in FIFA ranking after they failed to pick 2016 Olympic ticket coupled with lackluster show at the just concluded African Games.

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