London - Peter Odemwingie is not giving up on a chance to
play for Nigeria at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Sky Sports report.
The Stoke City forward fell out with national team action
since 2012 following his spat with coach Stephen Keshi, the Nigeria Football
Federation and some other players of the Super Eagles.
But Keshi recently gave a sign of hope to the former West
Brom striker when the gaffer said his relationship with the player has been
mended after his apologies to him and the federation in 2013, and they’ve been
in contact ever since.
Odemwingie, on Thursday said he will jump at a chance to be
in Brazil if given the slight opportunity as the sun sets on the international
career of the 32 year old.
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