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As Ministry, NFF Ban Scouts, Hangers-on From Super Eagles Camp

As parts of efforts to restore sanity to the senior national team football team, the Super Eagles and curb the activities of illegal scouts, the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has given a clear mandate to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to get rid the national team of agents and hangers-on.

Sports Minister Sunday Dare, said, “NFF must get rid of hangers-on and individuals who do not have clear mandates and are around the national team.  These are agents, scouts etc.  They should operate outside the perimeter.”

In this direction, the NFF was also advised to set up a scientific template to benchmark the performance of the Super Eagles as this will curb the problem of poor performance and mediocrity in the performance of the players.

It was also decided that henceforth, invitation of foreign-based players to the national team must be based on current form and performance.

It was also agreed that foreign-based players’ performances must be properly monitored before they are invited to the Super Eagles.

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About Taofeek Olayemi Lawal 107 Articles
Taofeek Olayemi Lawal is a senior correspondent with 9News Nigeria. Reporter for Women Advancement For Economic & Leadership Empowerment Foundation in Africa (WAELE). He has over 10 years experience in journalism and served as Senior Correspondent for LEADERSHIP Newspaper Abuja as well as Champion Newspaper Limited, Lagos. Contact Taofeek Olayemi Lawal by email or phone call. Phone: +234 805 307 4114, 081 0464 0001 Email: sportsesho@yahoo.com

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