Former Super Eagles coach, Clemens Westerhof, has warned that Nigeria is in danger of missing out of a place at the 2018 World, if Sunday Oliseh is still in charge of the team.
Westerhof guided the Eagles to glory in the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994 and also to their first ever World Cup appearance later that year in the United States of America.
Speaking with Complete Sports, theDutchman said: “Congratulations, you beat Swaziland 2-0 in the return leg match of the preliminary round of the qualifiers.
“But does that really call for celebration? Yes, there are no minnows in football but who are Swaziland to hold the Super Eagles to a goalless draw (in Swaziland)?
“The Super Eagles won 2-0 in (Port Harcourt) Nigeria but is it not a game the Super Eagles should be winning 6-0, 7-0 under normal circumstances?. What type of football do they play in Swaziland?”
He also dismissed talk that Oliseh was still rebuilding the team and insisted there was no sign things will get better.
“Swaziland is not the first match Super Eagles have played under Oliseh. There has not been any difference between their first game under him and the game with Swaziland,” Westerhof added.
“I’m sorry, with Oliseh, the Super Eagles may not go to the World Cup in Russia.”