Less than one month to the West Africa Zone B U17 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in Niger Republic, Golden Eaglets coach Manu Garba is frightened over lots of issues.
The obligatory MRI exams haven’t but been carried out, the gamers stay in deplorable situations and are in poor health resulting from a malaria assault.
”We have been clamoring for it for lengthy. The NFF has given approval for the MRI check however sadly we’re nonetheless ready for cash to be launched in order that the MRI can maintain,” Manu Garba mentioned.
”No matter how good or how younger a participant is, as soon as he does not move the MRI he can not participate within the competitors.
”When the MRI is carried out we are going to know who’s eligible to take part within the competitors so we’re frightened.
”The NFF ought to try to make it to be carried out in the course of the week in order that we will know those that are eligible for us.”
Manu Garba has additionally carpeted the Nigerian Federation over the nonpayment of bonuses and allowances to the technical crew.
”MRI is the key downside however the gamers themselves usually are not staying in a very good situation. Most of the gamers have been down with malaria.
”With the variety of gamers we’ve got, we can not take all of them to the lodge, that is why I mentioned MRI is our biggest downside.
”After the MRI, we cut back it to a sizeable quantity like 30 or 35 that may go to the lodge for optimum focus.
”Secondly, since we entered the camp, there have been no allowances to the coaches, so we want the NFF to look into that side in order that it may well inspire us to do extra,” he concluded.
In their newest friendlies, the Golden Eaglets, who did not qualify for the 2017 Fifa U17 World Cup, beat Siaone Academy and Derby FC 3-Zero and 4-Zero respectively.