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|AFCON Qualifiers - Nigeria Playing For Pride by Omero(m): 11:09am On Oct 14, 2014|
Call it make or mar, win or burst match. The Nigeria Vs Sudan match to me is purely academic, though some quarters hav analyze Nigeria's slim chances using the proverbial "IF", if we win the remaining 3 matches, if SA lose or beat Congo, bla, bla, bla. For me I wont dive into all those conditional hope of existence where one's destiny hangs on another doing d dirty job for u.
Since the team is not playing gud football, I wonder where d much needed victory will come from, wit no commitment, zeal and hunger for success. Nigeria football has become Nigeria politics over night, where we hav bitterness, rivalry, do me I do u, unforgiveness resulting in permanent interest and permanent enermies. for me if coaches can manage players like, eric cantona, mario balotteli, luiz suarez etc whom are naturally controversial then wat are we not saying. am not trying to be pessimistic or unpatriotic, but just to view tins from ideal side of reasoning, calling a spade a spade. instead of saying naija futbal is long dead and gone while exonerating d key actors involve. dis wil amount to cowardice and hypocrisy. my opinion!
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