NFF Won’t Beg Arsenal’s Saka To Play For Nigeria – Amaju Pinnick
By Youngwazzy | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president, Amaju Pinnick has revealed that the football governing body NFF will not beg Arsenal star player Bukayo Saka to play for Nigeria.
According to Pinnick, The era of pleading with players to feature for the national team is over as the country is blessed with talent and he will not beg 18 year old Bukayo Saka or any player to represent the Super Eagles.
Saka has been in fine form since breaking into Arsenal’s first team and this season.
He has become a key member of Mikel Arteta’s side scoring four goals and 11 assists in 37 appearances across all competitions this season.
Some Nigerians have praised Amadu Pin nick the NFF chairman for making the right call, and employee his resources on finding home base players.
Some reactions of nigerians about the statment are list below
1. Actually I concur with him.We have blessed talents all over Europe that are not affiliated with any other country.If he is picked then we will have an abundance of wingers.🙋♂️
2. Hahahaha!! NFF president is not serious.
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