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Nigerians Blast Ex-Wolves Defender Over His Comment About Playing For Super Eagles

Nigerians have blasted former Wolves defender Dominic Iorfa Jnr over his comment about playing for Super Eagles.

The 25-year-old Sheffield Wednesday star is eligible to play for Genort Rohr side as he is yet to be capped at full international level have played for England at the U-18, U-20 and U-21 level.

Iorfa Jnr who had not shown interest in playing for the Super Eagles before, but he has now changed his mind, saying he is open to representing three-time Africa Champions at the international level after his chances of playing England reducing day by day.

The Sheffield Wednesday star speaks on the club’s official social media handle with Nigerians reacted with defender comment about Super Eagles despite his father Snr Dominic Iorfa who has featured for the African side in the past.

Dominic Iorfa open to switching allegiances from England to Nigeria if the opportunity arises?

— The Star SWFC (@TheStarOwls) November 7, 2020

No man.
Go play for the 3 Lions.
No space here too

— Godwin Nathaniel (ANIPR) (@Naplaymaker) November 7, 2020

I remember when he was doing us shakara, look at God

— Alan Smith (@Mo_Abdul14) November 7, 2020

@YesWeCrann tell Dominic to call @Tunde_Talks or @PinnickAmaju & he will be called when needed.

— oko kalu emole (@okoemole) November 8, 2020

Most of this lads get this thing wrong. First they play hard to get, when they now realise England won’t caĺl them up, they then try this line of granting interviews and openly admitting they’ll commit to Nigeria.
I blame the Nigerian Football Federation though for most of this

— Peter Ebenhe #Eben (@PEbenhe) November 7, 2020

Lol did his dad not say… anyways not good anough, no thanks

— jezz (@jeremy_liit) November 7, 2020

Who him won bench? He isn’t even as good as any of the boys in his position.
Make he wait, England go call am.

— Uniport Graduate (@charlescapone4) November 7, 2020

Dominic Iorfa of @swfc says he is ready to commit to play for Nigeria. Get your Nigerian passport, call the coach and the NFF and state that you are ready. Then wait for your chance. Nigeria won’t chase anybody, the players have to make the move. Talking to a camera is not enough

— NigeriaFootball360 (@NFootball360) November 7, 2020

“It’d be an honour to play for them, obviously my father played for them as well…”#SWFC’s Dominic Iorfa says he’s ready to commit to Nigeria if they wanted to call him up.

— Joe Crann (@YesWeCrann) November 7, 2020


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