By Tony Ubani

COACH Amodu Shuaibu may be at the cross over the pain his Super Eagles brought to Nigerians in their 2010 World Cup qualifier against Tunisia but he has no plans of relinquishing the job.

Speaking moments after the Eagles frittered the opportunity of taking leadership of Group B against the North Africans, Amodu said that he was pained that his players could not take their destiny in their hands.


“Yes, I said that I might be sacked if I lose the match. But I did not lose the match. It’s unfortunate that we did not play well but hope is not totally lost. We must put this behind us and ensure that we beat Mozambique and Kenya, hoping that Tunisia slip in their remaining matches”.
He, however, blamed the players for their poor play. “We have ourselves to blame, anyway.”

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