After the crisis that reared up its ugly head in the country’s football house last week, former Super Eagles Coach, Shaibu Amodu has called for an urgent end to repeated issues smoking out of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, before it deals a final blow on the Federation.
Fresh crisis erupted within NFF shortly after last year’s FIFA World Cup and lingered until recently when relative peace seem to have returned.
But the drama which unfolded between NFF President and Musa Amadu who was forced out of the Glasshouse, arising from the FIFA largesse, triggered a new dimension to the predicaments currently raging on.
Concerned by the new issues, Amodu who was recently named as NFF Technical Director and has not been engaged officially stated, “What we need at this point in time is stability if we must recover from the Nations Cup miss.
“Crisis does no one good. There is need for absolute focus. During Maigari tenure, I, James Peters and Laloko were named as those who will take charge of the technical matters regarding the National Team. Until his tenure elapsed, nobody engaged us properly.
“When this administration came on board, they said I’m the Technical Director and I’m still waiting. May be they are things happening which have not been made open.
“Nigeria’s Super Eagles will on Thursday take on Uganda in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital before jetting out to engage South Africa’s National team with Stephen Keshi’s contract yet to be resolved.
“As I’m talking to you, we have sent our people to immigration service to get us arrival detail of Uganda and it’s been confirmed that they are coming by the grace of God. And Super Eagles will be moving to Uyo, Akwa Ibom State directly where they will do some team activities before the match,” the new NFF General Secretary confirmed.

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