1st March, 2013
Nigeria striker, Osaze Odemwingie is not interested in returning to the Super Eagles ‘unless things get straightforward’ in the national team set up.
According to Supersport.com, the forward was controversially left out of the Nigeria squad that went on to win the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa and could yet remain in limbo if his latest declarations are anything to go by.
“I am not seeking a comeback as I have showed you last year I am not so interested now. If things get straight forward maybe one day,” Osaze said.
The forward then took the time to respond those who have questioned his temperament and attitude in recent days stating that he was more interested in fielding questions about issues relating to his taste buds.
“So I am happy to please those tired of my wahala that there will be no more wahala. I will answer no further questions about our football.
“I am open to talk about Egusi soup, pounded yam, rice and plantain. Calabar festival, Naija got talent and the rest,” he said.
Head coach of the Nigeria national team, Stephen Keshi has announced that he would unveil the list of players to face Kenya in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier next month.