This opinion was expressed by the American football coach and teacher, speaking at a seminar about the ways of football development in the country.
Olutade, a young but experienced football coach of the game and coaching experience gathered in six countries including the US, UAE, Bahrain, Ghana, Nigeria and Thailand, lamented the level of football and in particular the quality of the current crop of Nigerian footballers. He was also annoyed that local football wasn’t on TV.
“I will personally describe the League as low-quality, and absolutely unattractive. Factors to look at include poor refereeing, terrible stadiums, sports grounds and facilities.
“And, unfortunately, we don’t have our football on TV. I doubt any football League could financially without TV money. It’s the oxygen that gives life to the game around the world. Without him football is ‘going to die.” That’s what is happening with domestic football, ” he told such a popular tactic. Read further
Star Rangers Joe Arico team opens Nigeria
Joe Aribo arrived at Rangers with warnings ringing in his ears from former coaches at his previous club Charlton.
They think he made a bad career move after arriving in Scotland, but today the news that he was drafted to Nigeria after his barnstorming start at Rangers will certainly go to the lengths to shut up the likes of Arbour and Chris Powell. read further
The legend “Liverpool” comes the Super eagles hoped that, as “outstanding”
Sheyi Ojo scored one and gave another two gears, when people Steven Gerrard FC Midtjylland won 3-1 at Ibrox to leave the legend of “Liverpool” in delight.
The buckle from casa natal de Morelos and Ojo’s beautiful finish ensure that Rangers come out 6-3 aggregate winners and advance to the next round of the Europa League.
Rangers chief Steven Gerrard praised his team, noting his two strikers for special praise.
“These are two great players, very mobile and very hungry to go and get numbers in the game,” Gerrard said in delight.
“I thought I was outstanding today, but I think Jordan Jones was really strong in his last two appearances, so I wanted him to run out too.
Edition: Nakuru, Simhan France switch good for their development
Former Nigerian international, Victor Ikpeba welcomed the recent transfer of Super Eagles attackers, Henry Nakuru and Victor Osimana clubs in the French Ligue 1, Completesports.com reports.
Ikpeba, who starred in French ligue 1 himself during his games days, says the Nigerian Duo’s translation will help in developing young strikers as well as rubbing Super eagles well.