The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has concluded plans to revive the Nigeria U15’s, a move many view as a way of keeping hold of some promising Nigerian teen born in the diaspora particularly Lateef Omidiji Jnr.
FC Dordrecht teen sensation Omidiji jnr is rated as one of the top prospect in European football among players of his age, with some even claiming he is highly rated than 13 year old Scottish wonder-kid Karamoko Dembele.
It is widely believed that he will be named captain of the Nigerian team when assembled later in the year, as a means of keeping him away from the clutches of other nations.
Omidiji Jnr qualifies to represent the Netherland and USA aside Nigeria, and only recently USA stole a march on Nigeria by calling him up to their U-14s for a training camp.
In what looked like a swift response, a top brass of the NFF told Owngoalnigeria.com, that preparations towards reviving the country’s U-15 is well and truly underway, and they are expected to play some games in December.
Coach Danladi Nasidi who handles the country’s U15 will be briefed about the recent development by the NFF before the end of the next month.