Monday, November 28, 2022

NIGERIA’S WORLD CUP MISS: Who is to blame?

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The dust has settled, and the reality has kicked in. Nigeria are going to miss their first World Cup since 2006. It's their second missed World Cup since 1994, when they reached the knockout stage. In actuality, it should not shock anyone that Nigeria are missing out on the 2022 World Cup. The signs were there, the cracks were papered over and now Nigeria has slipped, hard.

On Sept. 30, 2014 Amaju Pinnick took over as president of the Nigerian Football Federation. He oversaw the disaster that was not qualifying for the 2015 (two years after Nigeria won AFCON) and 2017 AFCON tournaments. He went on to hire Gernot Rohr, who saw a successful period of Nigerian football. Rohr, however was disrespected and eventually fired.

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So who's to blame? And what's next for Nigeria after a disappointing stretch. Let's sort it out.

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