Bombshell! Young Nigerian Musician alleges Corruption in Golden Eaglets, Super Eagles

Bombshell! Young Nigerian Musician alleges Corruption in Golden Eaglets, Super Eagles

Marvin artist Charles Chibueze Chukwu popularly known as Crayon has revealed he gave up career in football to pursue music because of corruption.

The 22-year-old in an interview with PulseTV said he had a deal to join English giants Manchester United, but he was surprisingly replaced by unknown player who didn’t attend a trial.

“I went for a screening in so many places. I was super close to joining Manchester United in 2012/13. I came to Surulere for a football screening and then it was Ikpeba (Victor) and a lot of ex-Super Eagles players.

“I got picked and then they just substituted me for somebody else because I didn’t have like money or something”.

Crayon revealed some players bribed their ways into the national team, with the help of some top officials.

“The Under 17s we have now is no longer like the Under 17s we used to have. I feel like the Osimhen set was the last set that was actually talented, the rest…..omo na connections o.

“Even in the Super Eagles, I have footballer friends who confirmed, people do pay to play for the national team.”

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