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Nigeria’ll go places if Amaju gets needed support-Egbe

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Monimichelle, a sports facility outfit, Ebi Egbe has urged the nation’s football stakeholders to rally round, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) boss, Amaju Pinnick insisting that with the right support, the youthful Delta State born soccer administrator will take the country’s football to the next level.

Egbe while congratulating Amaju over his CAF electoral victory noted that the NFF president is one person who is being driven by his unrivaled passion for the game.

He stressed what Amaju needs to turn Nigerian football around is the support of stakeholders.

“I m happy Amaju has weathered all the storm to be in the CAF executive committee. My appeal is that all those who tried to stop him should sheath their sword in the nation’s interest. If Amaju gets the needed support, he would change the face of Nigerian football. He (Amaju) has the passion and desire to turn things around,” Egbe said.

Egbe who said he is happy that African football has been liberated going by the outcome of the Addis Ababa poll, urged the new CAF leadership to ensure that they solve the biggest problem facing African football, that of bad pitches.

“The biggest problem facing African football is that of bad pitches. We saw that even at the recently concluded Gabon 2017 AFCON. Ahmad and his men must work on this area.”

It would be noted that Egbe has consistently said the mission of his outfit, Monimichelle, is to banish poor pitches in Africa.


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