It would be a massive bridge you would create if you invite couple of home base players for the next Super Eagles matches.
Nigerians are yet to forget the shambolic display against Seirra Leone and the inability of you to manage a 4 goal lead without taking tactical decision management( allowing the team to equalize & score 4 goals)_
Significantly, this exposes your choice and style of play ..
Recently, your comments on Nigerian home based players got me thinking .. Productively, our best years of success and glory were entwined with home based players in the system with a vibrant scouting network.
Record wise – Go and take a look at all the three squads that won the Nations cup for Nigeeia（1980,1994,2013） What they all had in common was players(home or foriegn based)* the blending process was the key for success _
All were ready to give an eye if need be just to secure glory.
Unfortunately, your scouting system and philosophy has blinked you to see the beauty of our home based players –
How many times have you travelled to Jos, Kano , Port – hacourt or Umahia to watch a NPFL or NNL match ? Possibly you have no record on that#
Even with the recent NPFL TV how many matches have you watched ??..even off season some home base players keep fit and waiting for such opportunities..
Technically, these home based players if scouted from points of adaptation and openness would flourish if given a chance with consistency .
Mr Rohr you counted on EXPERIENCE and FOREIGN BASED players_clearly you do not know and can never know Nigeria until you look back and copy from history…
Give it a try possibly it’s the formula that has been tinkering to usher in your first trophy for NIGERIA…
Better a homebased coach is given the opportunity to experiment than a foriegn coach who has never won even a tea cup in his entire coaching career…