Super Eagles technical adviser has come out to blame the eagles loss to Cameron on teams they play for.
The Nigeria men football national team lost to Cameron on Friday night in Austria.
The eagles concede a goal in the first half, from its own error, and fail to score in the entire duration.
Despite having Terem Moffi, Paul Onuachu and Kelechi Iheanacho in attack for the eagles.
The coach came out to blame the poor performance on current clubs those players were playing.
They (other African countries) have players playing in the best teams in Europe, we don’t,” the Franco-German told ESPN.
“Our players are playing in lower clubs. We don’t have these players like Egypt, like Senegal, like Ivory Coast who are playing in the biggest clubs. Our players are playing in clubs who are not the best ones.
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“Only Samuel Chukwueze won the Europa League with Villarreal. All others are fighting to stay in the league or are fighting to be starting player.
“When you see the world champions, France, the players are playing for Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, PSG and Manchester United.
When we have players in the biggest teams, then we can say we have chance to get to the semi-final of the World Cup.”
He added, “But they have to struggle to stay in the (top) league. Which means that the level of the teams that they play for is not the same as the teams they play against.
“But we are happy about it to have some of them doing well. I think Onuachu, for instance, will have proposals from some bigger teams for the next season. Simy Nwankwo… I hope he will leave relegated Crotone. Terem Moffi too, I hope he will have a big club.”