–Football house boss says new idea not to hunt players
Nigeria Football Federation’s President, Alhaji Aminu Maigari has explained the reason behind the idea of Code of Conduct for the Super Eagles ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil saying it is not meant to hunt the players but to guide all their activities during and after the mundial billed to hold in the summer.
The hard working football administrator whose tenure has witnessed victories across all the national teams said he strongly believe that the players will understand and also make good use of the hand book.
Complete Sports can report that the handbook was handed over to the players when they traveled to the United States of America for the international friendly match against Mexico on March 5.
“This is a book put together by people that have knowledge of the game with the belief that it will help the country’s football as a whole. It is not a book put together to hunt any player or official but to guide all our activities in everything we do as a team,” says the NFF boss.
“Before it was handed over to them, there was consultation and we believe that it will help us to achieve more successes, you the journalists should also make effort to educate all our players on the usefulness of the book to their profession.
Complete Sports can report that the Code of Conduct book will also be given to all the national team players from the U-13, all women’s national teams and the Super Eagles.