Super Eagles interim coach Augustine Eguavoen said he won’t enforce any code of conduct or set up any stringent rules and regulations within the team..
This comes as former coach Gernot Rohr was accused of losing the dressing room and rampant indiscipline by the Nigeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick, who said it was the major reason for sacking the German.
He continued: “Some of them are married and manage their own homes and they are professionals who leave off football. So if you now start coming up with a code of conduct, they are not U-17 but the senior team, it would be a bit funny.
“But if it becomes necessary we will.
He added :”I think the first meeting, we will just have to interact and let them know the dos and don’ts instead of typing on a sheet of paper and giving it to adults.
“I know why this question is coming up because a lot of people have talked about indiscipline in the team of which I have not seen in the entire time I have been within the team, at home games in Lagos, and the few time we went away. If any player falters, he is out,” he warned.