- Ladan Bosso has urged Chinedu Obasi to mention names of Nigerian coaches who asked for a bribe
- The former Schalke 04 striker recently said that he was told to pay some amount of money to join the 2014 World Cup squad
- Obasi played for the Golden Eaglets in 2003 and the Flying Eagles in 2005 under Eguavoen and Siasia
Ladan Bosso has keyed into the discussion of the bribery allegation leveled against Nigerian coaches.
Ex-Super Eagles striker Chinedu Obasi recently spoke out on how he was told to pay some money to make the Nigerian team to the World Cup in 2014 handled by the late Stephen Keshi.
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“Two days before the list came out, I was asked to pay some money if I want to be in the team,” Obasi disclosed during an Instagram live chat.
“I said I’m not comfortable doing that. They said I should know the system, and I should act like I’m a Nigerian. I said it’s not about being a Nigerian but doing the right thing.
“I’ve kept it close to my chest since 2014 because you’d have unnecessary enemies when you talk.”
And former Flying Eagles boss Bosso has challenged the ex-Nigerian international who represent the country at the 2010 edition of the biggest showpiece in football.
Bosso who is the current president of the Coaches Union in Nigeria told Brila FM that he had spoken to Obasi to stop making baseless accusations.
And that he should be ready to face the wrath of the law if he does not provide concrete evidence on his claim.
Obasi represented Nigeria at the FIFA U17 World Cup in Finland under Augustine Eguavoen who was assisted by Bosso.
The former Schalke 04 striker also played at the 2005 U20 World Cup in the Netherlands under the tutelage of Samson Siasia.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Elderson Echiejile has called on Taiye Taiwo and Chinedu Obasi to mention the names of people who demanded bribe from them to play the Super Eagles.
Former Nigerian internationals Taiwo and Obasi recently alleged that the late Stephen Keshi asked money from players while he was the national team boss.
But Echiejile who was part of Keshi's squad that the AFCON 2013 said he has never been asked to pay before playing for Nigeria from both the Big Boss and late Shuaibu Amodu.
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