Super Eagles mentor, Sunday Oliseh has clarified that his group’s disappointment at the African Nations Championship was not a matter of strategic inadequacy.
Maybe the previous Super Eagles chief recorded that ethical issues brought on Nigeria’s stun exit from the competition in the wake of losing 1-0 to Guinea in a match they just expected to attract to progress.
“It was not an issue of the strategies we decided for the amusement. The players were advised what to do. We turned out to win with an arrangement to stay reduced when we have the ball to play. Be that as it may, unusually, we had the ball, and we didn’t play.
“The players are people and eventually they break, and that is what happened. Whatever I can say is that my players are people and there is a point of confinement that they can hold. For a few ethics reasons, they couldn’t discover it.
“What did not go right is the way that I think some place inside it was troublesome for the players to beat some ethical challenges they have gone over. This is a grown-up competition and there are sure things which should be available on the off chance that you need to go far and win the competition, and that is the thing that my players see is existing in different groups that we don’t have in our group.”