But the South Africa based custodian has shielded himself from such talks, choosing rather to focus on the future.
“I wish there can be a replay but it’s over now and we have to look up to the third-place game.
“So far, it doesn’t matter whatever anyone would say about the team. These players have actually tried.”
“A lot of teams have been knocked out of this competition but we are still here.
“We have very young talent and I’m very sure if this team can be given a chance, we’ll be able to fix things,” Akpeyi concluded.
The Super Eagles meet Tunisia on Wednesday for a chance to go home with a consolation prize. The team has won each of their six third-place games in Afcon, while keeping a clean sheet in four of these ties.