Former Super Eagles striker, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, has classified Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr as the worst coach in the history of Nigeria’s football.
According to the ex player, the players while he was playing were very much better than the current players.
In the first leg of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers match against Sierra Leone last week, the Super Eagles gave up a four-goal lead to settle for a 4-4 draw, while the second leg in Freetown this week ended 0-0, with the players unable to put up any serious fight or technical superiority in both encounters.
Nigeria still tops Group L with eight points after four games but their hopes of qualification for Cameroon 2020 could be dashed if they fail to win their last two games.
Whike reacting to the Super Eagles’ poor display, Aiyegbeni said the German tactician must be blamed for the poor form.
Aiyegbeni said: “The coach is not good enough, let him go.
“Some of the boys are not good enough, I don’t know where they are bringing them from. Who is inviting these players?
“Our football is getting worse every day. When I was there, people criticise us, but we’re way better than these ones.
“The coach is not good enough, no clue. Gernot Rohr is one of the worst coaches in our history. He is not good enough.”