The recent happening in the camp of the Super Eagles in Belgium has prompted the NFF to draw up a code of conduct for the players and officials of the national team
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) are looking for ways to ban or reduce the use of social media by Super Players while in camp.
The NFF have drawn up a code of conduct for players and officials of the various national teams which will soon come into force.
Speaking from Belgium on Sunday, NFF President Amaju Pinnick assured that the code of conduct was ready and would be implemented soonest to guide the conduct of players, officials and coaches and minimize areas of conflict and tension in the national camp.
“A small group had been working on the code of conduct and I am happy to say that it is now ready for implementation,” Pinnick is quited to say by the NFF website.
“This will spell out how players and officials must conduct themselves while in any of the national camps, and minimize the probability of misunderstanding between coaches and players.
“The recent happening in the camp of the Super Eagles in Belgium was unwarranted but I am happy we have been able to put that behind us.
Pinnick insisted that with regards to the recent misunderstanding, the code of conduct is certain to restrict the use of social media by players to air situation in the national camp.
“No player launches his career through the social media. When players are at their clubs, they don’t broadcast camp situation on twitter, facebook or instagram. The same restraint and discipline must be observed in the national camp.”