Lagos - The Nigeria Football Federation on Wednesday night held showdown talks with the players at a meeting held after Nigeria’s loss to Uganda in an international friendly at the Uyo International Stadium, Supersport reports.
Apparently, the Super Eagles 1-0 loss to Uganda didn't sit down with the hierarchy and a meeting was held at the Le Meridian abode of the Super Eagles to iron out the issues as Nigeria’s fortunes at senior level continue to dwindle.
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A source in the Nigeria Football Federation, spoke to supersport.com under anonymity said it was a clear the air talks as NFF President Amaju Pinnick sat down with the players to charter a way forward for the Super Eagles.
“You are here and you can see the look on the faces of the players and officials around you. No one is happy that Nigeria lost.”
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