Johannesburg - Action prohibits the president of Nigeria football team responded to compete for two years by FIFA. The highest body of world football will give punishment to the 'Super Eagles'.
Nigeria a bad achievement at the 2010 World Cup victory that eliminated without making Goodluck Jonatahan wrath. Nigeria's number one man in Nigeria was also banned to appear in any football competition for 24 months.
It's also got a strong reaction from FIFA who considered the move as a form of government intervention. And in the rules that FIFA and FIFA also banned from giving a deadline until Monday (5 / 7) to revoke its ban Nigeria's president,
If not done so get ready just Nigerians suffer the same fate as Iraq and Brunei Darussalam some time ago that received FIFA sanction.
"FIFA today will send a letter to the Nigerian soccer federation, whose contents give time to the Nigerian government until Monday at 6 pm (16:00 GMT) to revoke the decision prohibits the participation of Nigeria in FIFA and CAF competitions," said FIFA spokesman Nicolas Maingot at Reuters.
"Punishment will be valid for the entire national team and also freeze the financial assistance. And not a single Nigerian referee who participate in international competition," said Maingot.
FIFA also will not approve any management committee formed by the Nigerian government. And FIFA also plans to send members of their executive to conduct mediation with the Nigerian government to find solutions.