‘If I Were NFF Boss I’ll Sack Gernot Rohr ’ – Segun Odegbami give reasons

Segun Odegbami, A Previous National Group Chief Says He Would Have Sacked Gernot Rohr After Nigeria’s 2-0 Destruction To Madagascar At The Progressing Africa Cup Of Nations On The Off Chance That He Was The Nigeria Football Federation Manager.

Odegbami Who Was A Visitor On Channels TV, Blamed Rohr’s Disposition During Nigeria’s Matches, Saying The Mentor Was “Excessively Loose” Notwithstanding When The Nigerian Group Were Losing. He Exhorted The NFF To Think About A Vocal Mentor In Their Next Arrangement.

“If I Was In Charge Of Nigerian Football, Gernot Rohr Would Have Been On His Way Home. I’m Sorry That Is A Bit Harsh, But You Could See How He Selected Players, Particularly In That Match Against Madagascar.

We Could Have Been Out Of This Competition Now, Because Of His Selection Of Players For That Match. See Coaches Like Jurgen Klopp, Jose Mourinho, They Are The 12th Players. They Are By The Side Of The Field, They Are Directing Their Players.

They Are Shouting On Referees, They Are Doing Things. That Is The Sort Of Thing Nigerian Players Need. Nigerian Players Don’t Want Somebody Who Will Just Sit Quietly And Not Say A Word. They Won’t Hear His Voice. You Won’t Help Them With Difficulty. Our Nature Is To Be Loud, To Be Compelled And Driven To The Wall. Our Nature Is Not To Just Relax” Odegbami Said During The Interview.

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Author: Joel