OPINION: SIASIA owes Nigerians his resignation


By Emeka Ezeugo

THE Nigeria Football Federation has failed to lead, Siasia does not know the enormity of his colossal failure.

What personal goal did he set for himself on becoming Nigeria's National Team coach? What goal did the NFF set for him?

What were the expectations of NFF when they gave him the job? Nigerians have been fooled enough.

NFF and Siasia can fool Nigerians sometime but they can't fool Nigerians all the time.

If NFF, the Board and the Technical Committee cannot lead, they should step aside and let bright minds come to move Nigerian football forward. Enough of the mediocre congress. Nigeria is not a nation of mediocre.

Peruse through the report coming out of Europe, 'SERBIA COACH RESIGNS'. If the Presidency, the NFF, the Board and the Technical Committee had men of honor, responsible and of great pedigree, swift actions would have been taken but it's never been about national interest all along. It's about them and what is in it for their pocket and bank balances. Why are heads not rolling, Nigeria. It's business as usual already. Our countrymen are in mourning mood and heads are not rolling in Nigerian football.

Bonetti, the National Team coach of Zambia qualified Zambia for the Nations' Cup and still was shown the exit door.

The Presidency, NFF, the Board and the Technical Committee should ask Kalusha why he did that.

It was purely football reasons. Fine, he got them to the Nations' Cup but he can't take them to where they want to be in the nearest future. Moses was a great leader of Israel but he could not get them to the promised land. It was Joshua who did that.

You are hired for one reason or the other and fired for so many reasons. The Presidency who played a significant role in installing Siasia at the helm of affairs of football should lead or treat the matter the Niger Delta and Boko Haram way like they've always done, spinelessly.

Siasia is grossly incompetent and he should step aside and be shown the way out.
Nigerian football is sinking to global oblivion because charlatans and vagabonds are in charge.


Emeka Ezeugo played for Nigeria's Super Eagles at the 1988 Olympic Games, the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations and the 1994 World Cup
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