NFF May Ban Social Media Use In Super Eagles Camp

Super-Eagles-against-TanzaniaEnyeama announced on social media that he was quitting Super Eagles before he even informed his coach or the NFF of his decision and this has prompted the Nigerian football governing body to consider putting a restriction on use of social media in Super Eagles camp henceforth. NFF president Amaju Pinnick was quoted as saying
“No player launches his career through the social media. When players are at their clubs, they don’t broadcast camp situation on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, the same restraint and discipline must be observed in the national camp.
A small group had been working on the document and I am happy to say that it is now ready for implementation. This will spell out how players and officials must conduct themselves while in any of the national camps, and minimize the probability of misunderstanding between coaches and players.”


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