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Keshi not entirely responsible for Eagles woes- Galadima

Galadima who expressed optimism that the Eagles will still qualify for the African Nations Cup finals in Morocco noted that the recent crisis in Nigerian…

Galadima who expressed optimism that the Eagles will still qualify for the African Nations Cup finals in Morocco noted that the recent crisis in Nigerian football is enough to distract the team.
 “It is the price we are paying for the crisis. It is taking its toll on the game because the players and the coaches are not concentrating. It is quite unfortunate. The atmosphere is not the same they use to have when there was peace in the football family”.
“It is part of our problem. You see this is the same person who won the Nations Cup for us, qualified us for the world cup and came third in the African Nations Championship. The issue is that if somebody who has done so well last year now we are having this problem and people are calling for his head, to me is something we need to sit down and look deeper.
“If you are thinking of changing the coach, unless you are thinking of bringing in somebody from somewhere who has not been part of the problem all along but if it is a Nigerian coach he may have his prejudice that may have some negative effect on the team,” he noted.
Galadima therefore said instead of blaming Keshi for the woes of the Super Eagles, Nigerians should first look at the crisis in Nigerian football, the attitude of the players and any other factor that is related to the abysmal performance of the team.

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