Following allegations by former Super Eagles Star Daniel Amokachi, that agents bribed Super Eagles coaches for their players to be given call-ups, former Super Eagles coach Adegboye Onigbinde says no player or agent approached him with money while he was in charge of the Eagles.
Amokachi, who worked as an assistant to former Eagles coaches Stephen Keshi (2011-2015), Amodu Shuaibu (2008 to 2010) and Austin Eguavoen (2005-2007) had revealed that all three used to complain about being approached by agents (with money) to feature their players.
But two-time Eagles coach Onigbinde, who led Nigeria to the twenty-zero-two World Cup, said such never happened during his time with the team.
However, Former international Taiwo Oloyede said bribery was a form of “appreciation” even before a player was called up to the national team.
But he denied giving bribes to play for the national team.