Chairman of Abia Warrior and board member of the Nigerian Football Federation has attributed his side's loss to Rangers in Wednesdays Premier League match to poor finishing.
|Google Image: Chief Emeka Inyama|
Speaking with our correspondent Busayo Olowookere after the game, he said that it was a good match but Abia Warriors players failed to take chances.
''This is one of the matches where you don't see the better side win'', he said.
''It was a good game, our Abia Warriors gave a good account of themselves but poor finishing and all that, but Rangers got the three points and that is football.''
He further gave kudos to the home side for doing the necessary to clear maximum points ''Congratulations to Rangers''.
Chief Inyama who also commented on the exit of he country's representatives at the FIFA Womens World Cup and the U-20 World Cup advised the NFF to consider the quality of coaches they bring on board.
''We need to rethink on the quality and caliber of Nigerian coaches, with all due respect. That is why the federation is going ''
''The federation is going ahead to employ foreign coach for the female team and the youth teams that will take youth development and produce a template to impact the right attitude on the players.
He further noted that indigenous coaches needs to improve their technical depth by going back to study some more.