- Nigerian international Nosa Igiebor has vowed not to represent Nigeria again
- The 26-year-old is furious for him not to be used again Zambia in October 2016
- Igiebor explained that he would no longer honor any invitation from Nigeria
Super Eagles forward Nosa Igiebor has stated clearly that he will never honor any invitation to represent his home country Nigeria again.
In October 2016, Igiebor was invited for the 2018 World Cup qualifying duel against former African champions Zambia, but he was not given a chance as Nigeria won the tie in Ndola.
NAIJ.com understands that the Rizespor Kulubu player is now perturbed that Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr failed to give him an explanation on why he was not used in the crucial match.
“Yes, I granted an interview to a radio station in Nigeria, and that is the truth.
“It’s true I’m no longer interested in playing for Nigeria as long as Rohr remains the coach because he disrespected me.
''Rohr treated me like I’m nobody, I won’t honor any more calls unless if he assures me that I will play. I can’t watch players I’m better than play ahead of me.” the former Real Betis star was quoted to have said by Vanguard.
Meanwhile, in another related development just reaching NAIJ.com, Igiebor has denied that he never granted any interview that he would not represent Nigeria again.
”My attention has been drawn to a story by an online website that I will no longer honor national team call ups again.
”Let me use this opportunity to disassociate myself from this malicious report as there is no truth in it. I remain committed to national service whenever I am called upon. God Bless Nigeria.” he said