Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan (seriously) wasn't so happy-go-lucky after his team's early exit from the 2010 World Cup.

In fact, he's so angry, he's suspended the team -- the whole team -- from international competition for two years. Way to put your foot down.

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Nigeria exited after the group stage after finishing 0-2-1 in Group B. It failed to qualify in 2006 and finished with the same record in 2002. Despite opening up the tournament with losses to Argentina and Greece, the Nigerians were actually only a goal away from advancing, but they settled for a draw against South Korea.

According to reports, the country is investigating the team's funds and corruption allegations. FIFA, in turn, may investigate Nigeria's investigation because it frowns upon political involvement with its soccer teams. There's a similar situation brewing in France after Les Bleus embarrassing exit.