Despite growing concern over sudden retirement of two Super Eagles players, the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has insisted that it would not consider pleading with the latest retiree Emmanuel Emenike to make a comeback into the national team.
NFF General Secretary, Mohammed Sanusi who dropped the hint in Abuja noted that any player who had decided to throw in the towel would be left to carry on with his career.
His reaction came days after former Sole Administrator of the Nigeria Football Association, NFA Dr. Amos Adamu who spoke through this medium asked the federation to play the role of a mediator in any form of friction which emanates from Eagles’ camp.
However, Sanusi maintained that asking a player to return back to the national could be counter-productive to the positive result expected from Nigerians even as he clarified that Head Coach Sunday Oliseh has been given the mandate to invite whoever he wants at any given time.
His words “There is no need asking someone who has retired to come. It won’t be a good precedence. As long we are concerned, we have been doing everything possible to ensure that nothing is done without making sure it follows due process.
“There are millions of Nigerians that are so passionate about football. And lots of talents are yearning for attention. It is left for the coaches to invite whoever they know has something to offer for their teams.”
Emenike who plays his trade for Ai Ain of United Arab Emirates joined Lille of France shot-stopper Vincent Enyeama who called it quit with the Senior National team.

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