An amazing survey has revealed that a dismal drop in form by the duo of Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho might be due to recent ‘over training’ they are getting at their club, Leicester City of England.
Footballlive.ng reports that Iheanacho, in particular has shown abysmal form with the Super Eagles and is down the pecking order of attackers at his club, but expert information fingers Leicester coach, Claude Puel for the setback affecting him and other players at King Power Stadium.
The report states that Iheanacho, Ndidi and the other players may be suffering from burnout, stress fatigue and lethargic muscles, on account of Puel’s overbearing training regime.
The survey further infers that Puel opts for lengthy sessions on Fridays before games, despite the players showing obvious reluctance to line out for the Frenchman’s ill-timed drills.
Puel’s tactics have also come up for scrutiny, with a verdict going out that Ndidi is worst hit in this regard.
The survey stated in part: “Training sessions are also said to lack intensity and can be long and laborious, with some players not even being properly utilised.
“It is the apparent lack of a coherent plan or consistent approach which infuriates Leicester supporters and begs the question – what is Puel actually trying to build?
“Predicting a Puel starting XI every week is now a futile act so how must the players feel about the constant chopping and changing?
“There must also be scrutiny on the recruitment – Wilfred Ndidi and Nampalys Mendy are both woefully out of form but continue to be selected.”