Following a report by President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Melvin Pinnick, popularly called Amaju which reveals that a new Super Eagles jersey will be out soon ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, after a few weeks of the announcement, Jersey has now been unveiled.
9jatoday understands that Jersey has well been appreciated among many Nigerians, with the cool design it comes with, combining the old and new style together in one.
However, a barrage of comments has erupted among some Nigerians since the leak of the new Super Eagles football kits on media.
It could be recalled that in the last week, NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, reveals that the new Super Eagles kits will get people to queue when it is launched. The president noted that the new design beats the former with its cool design.
Nigerians on social media are asking questions, saying that why has the Federal Government continued to give the Super Eagles Jersey contract to an International Jersey maker, Nike, instead look for home jersey makers.
Is there no good Fashion Designer that can make jersey for our very own National Team? That was one of the big question raised by Nigerians on the new kit launched.
What do you think, I mean you, Do you suggest that the contract hence be given to Nigerian Fashion Designers? Or should they continue to give the contract to Nike?
Argue your position on the matter in the comment box below.
Meanwhile, in another news, 9jatoday had reported that former Super Eagles player, Daniel Amokachi, has been named the new Nigeria’s Football Ambassador by President Muhammadu Buhari.
This was revealed in a statement made available by President Buhari’s media aide, Garba Shehu, noting that the retired Nigerian professional footballer, Daniel Amokachi, has been appointed as Nigeria’s Football Ambassador.
Garba stated that Amokachi will assist the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development to scout for talents, adding that the former eagle assistant coach will be part of processes to revive the country’s football development, as well as mentor young sportsmen and women.