Yes why blame Amodu?? He cant give more than he has. he can only perform as much as his ability enables him to.
Naija is a wonderful country, after missing out on the last worldcup, i thought we would have learnt our lessons and once and for all seperate politics from sports.
I wouldnt blame Amodu for today's performance. the first question to be asked is that, should Amodu be the coach of the national team??
During the last selection of coaches for the national team, it was obvious that Stephen Keshi was the most qualified for the job. But just because the bigwigs at the football house knew that Keshi would not let them have their way they decided to give the job to someone who they knew they could control.
the problem is not Amodu, the problem is the Nigerian Footbal Federation, those lousy idiotsup there do not have the interest of football at their hearts, they are only after foreign trips, estacodes and all the perks that come with office.
Do we need a genius to know that we should not rely on mediocre professionals (most of whom warm the benches at their clubs) to take us to the world cup??
why do we have to keep saying the same thing over and over again??
look at our team today, no drive, no passion, no hunger, nothing,
unbelievable, we keep dwelling on past glory.
i cant believe that we cant find one or two decent players from the league in Nigeria who can be groomed into competent footballers. Instead, we keep going round in circles.
If this is all we have to offer, i personally hope that we dont qualify for the world cup. there's no need to give millions of Nigerians high blood pressure just because of some selfish idiots who found themselves in the corridor of power.
i just pray for Niaja sha. personally (i know i've said this before), i'm not going to watch another nigerian match. as long as the same people remain in the nigerian football association.
food for thought, just imagine our defenders trying to mark people like messi, robben, wayne rooney, fabregas, robinho, joe cole, van pierse, drogba, michael essien. just imagine,