Former Nigeria international Kadiri Ikhana has raised his voice to oppose the NFF’s decision to send Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr, to undergo a refresher training at German Bundesliga side, Bayern Munich, after the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Completesports.com reports.
Ikhana won the AFCON in 1980 with then Green Eagles and in 2003 as a coach led Enyimba to win the CAF Champions League, the first by any Nigeria coach or club. He was similarly voted as CAF Coach of the Year, 2003.
Following Super Eagles ouster in the semifinal of the Nations Cup by Algeria, many Nigerians have kept the pressure on the NFF to relieve the French-German tactician of his role.
But NFF boss, Amaju, prolaimed that the federation will not only retain Rohr, but will send him on refresher training at German Bundesliga side, Bayern Munich, after the African football showpiece in Egypt.
And this decision has not gone down well with Ikhana, with the tactician querying the…
Source: Complete Sports