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  • Updated: November 18, 2023

Three players NFF must look into their carriers for revival

Three players NFF must look into their carriers for revival

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) would have a big deal in taking care of football matters while the welfare of its players is also given priority.

They should look to promote the players' interest starting from the international bonus to how they administer instructions on the awareness of the players' injuries.

With a couple of players stranded, the football body must initiate a group or association of people whose job is to monitor the performance of the players as a whole with credible reports penned down on a regular basis.

With this stated, Allnews.ng evaluates some of these players as the case may be.

Henry Onyekuru

Nigeria’s version of Thierry Henry or even Kylian Mbappe, in the person of Henry Onyekuru, is nowhere near his potential.

He is an exceptional talent but the player's form seems to be under some sort of manipulation that meets the eye.

Onyekuru at the time was on the verge of joining Arsenal and even starting ahead of Alex Iwobi in the same team.

But the move fell through under certain transfer logistics. At the moment it looks like Onyekuru's career is going downward spiral after such a promising talent he is.

Kelechi Nwakali

From Frying Pan to Fire is a story of struggling Nigeria midfielder Kelechi Nwakali in his career.

Despite winning the U-17 World Cup in 2015 and moving to Arsenal, his career is relatively mortgaged.

A piece of insider information could help the NFF to know what is actually going on in his career.

Samuel Kalu

The talented winger who seems to have lost his career due to injuries and health concerns is another person of interest.

With the quality he has and the fortune he can bring to the national team, questions must be asked in respect to his career.

Many football fans would love to see him as his talent creates a great deal of competition for Moses Simon and Samuel Chukwueze in the Super Eagles attack.

And proper care and contact from the NFF could help save his career from the doldrums.

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