Nigeria I’ll retire if – Ahmed Musa sets condition to quit Super Eagles

Ahmed Musa

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa revealed the only condition which can force him to retire from the Nigerian national team as fans continuously ask him to put an end to his international career.

The 30-year old striker is now the most-capped ever Nigerian player with 108 games with the Super Eagles jersey.

While many believes the time has now come for him to stop with the national team, Musa insists that he’ll continue playing as far as his body will allow him.

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The Sivasspor striker aslo said the day Super Eagles coach will not call him again, he’ll say goodbye.

“I’m the one doing my job, but if my body wants me to stop, I’ll stop”, Musa said, as per Sportsbrief.

“I’m playing with my club and have a good contract, so why does anyone want me to resign from the national team?

“This is what I’m playing and know how to play. I give my best always when I’m called to the national team from day one and if the coach doesn’t call me anymore, then that’s fine.”


Aimé ATTI is a bilingual journalist who breathes football and shares his passion on Africa Top Sports


  1. I think fans should stopped saying Musa should retire, the guy is just 30 and is experience is still needed in the team

  2. Reply Post By Fidelis Onah

    Why would anyone want Ahmed Musa to retire from international game.Remember his world cup games? Christiano Ronaldo at 38 is still in the national first team and showing his experience.People should leave the Super Eagles alone to do their job.Whenever one is called and not the other there will be talks.This guy has lots of experience and can still give his best to the national team.

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