Super Eagles Captain Musa Asked To Retire Despite Reducing Fuel Pump Price

Some fans of the Super Eagles of Nigeria have urged Captain Ahmed Musa to retire from International football reports.

According to the fans, Musa ought to retire from international duties now that he has the ovation still high.

Musa has struggled for both club and country in the areas of scoring goals. Last season in the Turkish Super Lig, the former Leicester City’s winger failed to record any League goal.

Musa is the most capped Nigerian player in the history of Nigeria. Because he has amassed the total number of game time for the three-time African champions.

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And recently, the philanthropic winger following the hike in fuel pump price by the Federal Government ordered a reduction at his filling stations. Musa’s MYCA7 filing station located in the Northern part of Nigeria, has witnessed influx of customers following the announcement.

However, Nigerians are of the opinion that Musa’s philanthropic nature shouldn’t be intertwined with the Super Eagles. According to npflupdates in-house analyst Mr Best, Musa ought to retire now that he still has the ovation high. Further in his analysis, Mr Best argued that Musa should sought for a place in Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

What was said about Musa and Super Eagles

“Musa has done what some governments CA not do for their people. Imagine reducing fuel pump price, to an extent that it’s lower than the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC). Musa is one for the future of Nigeria’s footnally,” he said.

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“But then, he ought to retire now that he still has the ovation going for him. Because he doesn’t have anything to prove again. Nigeria’s highest goalscorer in FIFA world cup tournament. And also, and AFCON winner.”

“I will advise him to stay away from international for now. And then go for a post in the NFF; I know Nigerians will support him.”

Musa is expected to make the Super Eagles squad that will face Sao Tome and Principe in Uyo AkwaIbom in September.

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