Comment on AFCON 2023 Qualifiers: Super Eagles camp bubbles as Lookman, Iwobi, five others hit camp ahead of Sierra Leone battle by Joseph Akalue

As the African Cup of Nations draws nearer, many Nigerian soccer fans are growing increasingly concerned about the selection of the national team. Jose Peseiro, the current coach of the Super Eagles, has been criticized for his recent invitation of Joe Aribo, who has not played a game for Southampton this season. Fans are also questioning why Troost Ekong, who has been relegated to the second tier with Watford, and Ahmed Musa, who has not played for a while, have been called up to the team.

What is most concerning for Nigerians is the exclusion of Gift Orban and Chuba Akpom, two players who have been performing well recently. Gift Orban has been scoring in every match, while Chuba Akpom has been a standout player for his club. It is frustrating for fans to see these players overlooked in favor of those who are out of form or have not played for a while.

Many fans are now questioning Peseiro’s selection process. Does he really watch players and assess their performances before inviting them to the Super Eagles team, or are his decisions influenced by the Nigerian Football Federation hierarchy? The concern is that if Peseiro continues to ignore the best Nigerian talent, the team will suffer in the upcoming tournament.

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It is important to note that Nigeria is being closely monitored by other teams in the African Cup of Nations, and a good manager from the opponent camp will always capitalize on any wrong invitations made by the Super Eagles. Fans are hoping that Peseiro will make the necessary changes to the team before it’s too late.

In conclusion, the Super Eagles need to have the best players on the field if they are to have any chance of success in the African Cup of Nations. Fans are hopeful that Peseiro will start to select players based on their form and not on their reputation or past performances. It’s time for the coach to step up and make the tough decisions that will benefit the team in the long run.

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