The nation’s soccer governing body, NFF is tinkering with the idea of drawing up a new  rule that would make the Super Eagles camp a no go area when the team re groups in Uyo for the all- important Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier against Cameroon.
Daily Sunsports scooped exclusively from a competent NFF source that the present situation where every Tom, Dick and Harry had access to the team’s camp would change ahead of the game against Cameroon.
Our source pointed out that the Eagles camp before the match against South Africa was like a market place.
“All manner of persons from NFF board members to scouts, agents and women had access to the team’s camp and there was so much distraction before the match against Cameroon. We have identified that as one of the reasons why the team didn’t concentrate fully before the South Africa game. All that will change when the Eagles re group for Cameroon,” our source said.
Our source further disclosed that the NFF is even toying with the idea of outrightly moving the team out of the five star hotel they camp when in Uyo to a more compact camp where movement would be totally restricted.
“One thing you can be sure is that it won’t be business as usual when camping starts against Cameroon.
A lot of things will change and all those who have no business being in the team’s camp would be bared. We won’t take any chances against Cameroon.”
The Eagles are billed to host Cameroon August 28 in Uyo with the return leg billed for September 1 in the Cameroonian city of Limbe.


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