With Nigeria struggling to qualify for the 2015 African Cup of Nations, former Nigerian footballer, Victor Ikpeba has slammed Coach Stephen Keshi’s managerial skills.
Speaking on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 shortly after the election of the new NFF President Melvin Amaju Pinnick, the player popularly revealed to as Prince of Monaco during his time in France, told journalists:
Ikpeba, who is now a soccer pundit with Supersport, spoke of his dissatisfaction with the team’s coach over the 2015 AFCON qualification.
Victor Ikpeba, who retired in 2000, played thirty-one international matches and scored seven goals for Nigeria, with appearances at the FIFA World Cups in 1994 and 1998 under his belt.
Ikpeba helped Nigeria win the 1994 African Nations Cup and the Olympic football gold medal in 1996.