OFFICIAL: Ighalo Out of AFCON; Al-Shabab blame NFF for Ighalo’s absence in Cameroon
Saudi Arabia Professional Football side Al-Shabab have revealed that the Nigeria Football Federation is to blame for Odion Ighalo’s failure to make Nigeria’s Super Eagles Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Camero.Information Guide Nigeria
According to the director of professionalism as quoted by Arabic television news channel, Al Arabiya, the NFF is to be blamed as they failed to send his invitation letter within the specified period.JAMB Result
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The quote read; “We did not prevent the player from joining, but his invitation letter did not reach us within the period specified by FIFA for receiving the players’ call-up letters.
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“The FIFA Player Status Regulations stipulates that the local federation must notify the player and his club in writing of his summon 15 days before the start of the tournament, and it is advised to send a copy to the local federation of the club as well, which did not happen, and accordingly the coach told us that the player continues with us and will not join his team.”
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