Ladan Bosso Should Resign, Mascherano Did Same – Fans Fume

Supporters of the Flying Eagles of Nigeria are calling for the immediate resignation of coach Ladan Bosso npflupdates reports.

Flying Eagles crashed out of the ongoing FIFA U-20 World Cup tournament in Argentina ok Sunday. And that’s as a result of a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Koreans.

The Ladan Bosso boys dominated most of the possessions of the encounter. Piled a lot of pressure on the Koreans, but failed to make a difference as the game crawled into extra-time. And five minutes into the extra-time, Koreans broke the deadlock through a goal from defender Choi. Choi headed home from corner-kick.

And several efforts by the Flying Eagles to restore parity fell on a duck’s back. Because, the opponent team stood and held their positions.

Read also: Flying Eagles Star Dedicates Goal To Tinubu

This is the second time Nigeria under the tutelage of Ladan Bosso will be exiting the tournament at that stage. With the first coming in 2007, when the Flying Eagles lost to Chile U-20 in Canada.

Angry supporters of the Nigeria national team, are now calling for the resignation of the Tactician. And according to the fans, Bosso is the reason behind Javier Mascherano’s resignation as Argentina U-20 coach.

Ladan Bosso upbeat Flying Eagles will be ready for FIFA U-20 match
Bosso issuing directives to Flying Eagles players

Javier Mascherano had submitted his resignation letter to the Argentina Football Association(AFA) shortly after his team lost to Nigeria last week.

“I have great relationship with AFA(Argentina Football Association) President, Claduia Tapia, and I will continue until he doesn’t want me,” Mascherano was quoted by Brilla.

“He has my resignation letter on his desk, but my idea is to continue because I feel I am good enough for this role and as longs as they believe the same, I will be here.”

What Nigerians said about Ladan Bosso

“Bosso should follow in the footsteps of Mascherano. At least, they’re coaches of U-20. I think Mascherano submitted his resignation so as to make way for another person. And I think, it’s time we learn from them; knowing when to step aside,” Philip told npflupdates correspondent.

“Stepping aside doesn’t make you a bad coach. Bosso is a great tactician, and I believe in his tactics. But I think now is the time for him to step aside,” Emeka said.

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