Francis Uzoho, the goalkeeper for the Super Eagles, has issued an apology letter in response to the criticism he received following his performance in the team’s recent friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Mozambique.
Uzoho faced widespread criticism for his subpar displays in both matches. Notably, he unintentionally deflected a cross into his own net during the game against Saudi Arabia and conceded a rather avoidable goal in the 3-2 victory against Mozambique.
In an attempt to respond to his critics, the 24-year-old posted a picture on Snapchat with the caption, “do it if it’s easy.” However, he has since recognized that his reaction was inappropriate and issued an apology.
He expressed his remorse on social media, stating, “I regret my recent behavior on Snapchat, as it did not reflect the conduct I aspire to maintain towards my loyal fans. I’m sorry for any offense caused, as it was not my intention to react in such a manner towards those who have supported and motivated me throughout my career.”
Uzoho acknowledged that receiving criticism is part of his role and welcomed feedback from those who support him. He expressed his respect for the critiques and emphasized his commitment to improvement, both as a person and in his professional career.
He assured his fans that they play a vital role in his growth and success, and he aims to demonstrate this in his future actions. Uzoho is determined to continue evolving and delivering better performances.
Uzoho has faced criticism for conceding easy goals in recent matches for the Super Eagles. As Nigeria prepares for the 2026 World Cup qualifiers next month, the former Deportivo La Coruna goalkeeper is eager to display improved form.
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