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2022 World Cup: Actual Motive Tremendous Eagles Failed To Qualify – Mikel Obi

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Former Chelsea midfielder, John Mikel Obi, has spoken about Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

The Tremendous Eagles didn’t get previous West African rivals Ghana within the playoffs in March.

The three-time African champions drew 1-1 on dwelling soil, after a goalless attract Kumasi.

Mikel Obi, in an interview with This Day, stated throughout his time with the staff, the gamers have been motivated and solely listened to at least one voice.

“It was actually painful that we didn’t qualify as a result of it’s been a very long time, we skilled non qualification (Germany 2006 finals).

“It was unusual and felt actually unhappy as a result of I can’t think about watching the FIFA World Cup with out Nigeria and it’s much more painful to lose the prospect of qualification at dwelling. It’s unusual and I simply hope now we have learnt some classes by wanting ahead to the subsequent 4 years.

“I remembered the final version in Russia once we even certified with virtually three matches to the top of the qualifying spherical of matches. We have been motivated, we had a path on the pitch we had a pacesetter on the pitch.

“All of the 11 gamers have been listening to just one man on the pitch not many leaders within the pitch. We’d like a pacesetter on the pitch for others to observe. You don’t want 5 leaders however only one as a result of when you might have 4 or 5 folks giving directions on the pitch that it not a unit,” he stated.

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