Ex-Nigeria international football player Samson Siasia has slammed at the government for abandoning him in their time of need.
The former striker played for the Super Eagles from 1984-1999, making a total of 51 appearances and scoring 16 goals in the process.
He was among the players who won the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations title and has also had two stints as a coach of the national team.
He said that Despite his sacrifices, the now 53-year-old believes he is not getting what he deserves and was neglected by his country.
“I am a legend, I have played, broke my leg for this country, and also coached,” Siasia said as quoted by AllAfrica.
“If I played for America – yes I have an American passport but I played for Nigeria – if I was like Michael Jordan, [the American government] would take it upon themselves.
“The Nigerian government has not done well when it comes to my case.”