Worried by the recent bribery allegations levelled against some national team coaches by two former players of the Super Eagles, the President of Nigeria Football Coaches Association, Ladan Bosso has asked the accusers to mention names of the ‘corrupt’ individuals to bring sanity into the nation’s football.
Two ex-Super Eagles players, Chinedu Obasi and Taye Taiwo recently made shocking revelations of bribery allegations against some handlers of the national team.
Former Schalke 04 striker, Obasi had claimed in a recent interview that he was denied a spot in Stephen Keshi’s list to Brazil 2014 World Cup because he refused to pay a bribe.
“I was playing for Schalke, I was playing in the Champions League and I was doing well. Two days before the list came out, I was asked to pay some money if I want to be in the team,” Obasi disclosed in an Instagram chat with a Nigerian journalist Kelechi Bernard. (Text, photo by Guardian)