BRAZIL 2014: EAGLES WON’T MAKE IT OUT OF GROUP STAGE

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Former Nigeria international Adokiye Amiesimaka believes the  Nigeria Football Federation’s top officials have abandoned relevant issues and are dealing with unimportant matters, which will only make the country another statistic in Brazil this summer. For him, he thinks the Super Eagles are not ready for the 2014 World Cup. “I have said it over and over again that we are not ready for the 2014 World Cup. Everyone is talking about the provisional list, no one seems to be asking, ‘what of the technical crew?’  Amiesimaka said. This is coming despite the top brass at the NFF claiming all is being prepared to ensure the country has a hitch free preparation.

He claims the chief coach, Stephen Keshi asked for an assistant which the NFF has refused him. “It is like wanting to buy the best car but no one to drive the car, then of what use is it?. “Why are Nigerians not talking about that? As far as I am concerned our technical crew is not complete,” he added. “That is the area we should focus on and not just debating on players that should make the World Cup list which the coach does not want.nhe then went on to lambast the inability of the country to get to the semi finals despite winning all the age grade competitions several times. “We have won the age grade competitions so many times yet we find it very hard to get to the semi final of the Fifa World Cup or is there any country that has won any age grade competition without winning the World Cup or at least getting to the last four? Are there serious allegations here; is he speaking the truth or just crying foul?

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