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Pinnick: Blame Me If Eagles Fail To Qualify For 2o15 AFCON

Pinnick: Blame Me If Eagles Fail To Qualify For 2o15 AFCON

New Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick has declared he will take the responsibility should Nigeria fail to qualify for AFCON 2015.

Nigeria’s qualifier for Morocco 2015 is under serious threat after they have just managed a point from available six points from two rounds of qualifiers.


“Any form of administration is a continuum, so certainly I will take responsibility,” Pinnick states, as reported by www.africanfootball.com

Nigeria must beat Sudan both home and away to put their qualifying campaign back on track.


Sudan welcome the African champions on October 11 and four days later the Eagles face the same team in Abuja.

Congo lead Group A with six points, while South Africa are second on four points.

Nigeria also failed to qualify the 2012 Nations Cup jointly hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

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  • Action speak well than words, so please stop the noise and get to action, there is a lot of work to be done. Abi na the same chop and clean mouth?

    • chuks 7 years ago

      Yea bro, you’re spot on. Action speaks louder than words. He has started talking instead of initiating actions that will enable the team succeed. As far as am concerned, we are yet to get the right leadership at NFF.

  • He has better not fail. Failure is not an option. We already have a failure at Aso Rock, hence we don’t need another one at the Glass House.

  • Kola,us 7 years ago

    Amaju is working towards failure, the reason the north had success as president of NFF is because Lulu and Maigari were administrators and not football guys. In America the presidents of their major sports never played the sport. The president of NBA for 30 years is 5ft 9ins, the shortest player in NBA is taller than him, the work of the president is administrative and not trying to think like a footballer, you think like a business man.

  • prince 7 years ago

    Please you people should stop!!!!!NIGERIA is trying,Our new Boss must work better let’s sopport him.