NFF To Name New Technical Adviser Next Week



By Johnny Edward: The Nigerian Football Federation will name a new Technical Adviser for the Super Eagles within the next seven days after French man, Paul Le Guen turned down the offer to lead the team, has been informed.‎

According to a communique released on Wednesday by the NFF, the Executive Committee mandated the Technical and Development Sub–Committee to make public its shortlist.

It also stated that a prospective candidate must be prepared to accept targets issued,undergo other internal evaluation and must also be willing to reside in Nigeria. 

The communique also stated that the NFF will no longer pay salaries to all assistant coaches of all national teams from next year.

Furthermore, on the communique, the NFF stated that the newly appointed assistant coaches in in the the Super Eagles and the Golden Eaglets; Nduka Ugbade,Imama Amakapabo, Alloy Agu and others, will only receive bonuses and allowances during national team duties.

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One Comments

  1. Reply Post By chuddyl

    with this state of confusion from NFF, I think it will be asking too much of a set of players who hardly know each other to snatch the world cup ticket from Algeria. The senseless saking of late Stephen Keshi with no clear cut agenda about the next move is the source of this embarrassing situation. if care is not taken, we might miss 2019 african nations cup with this bunch of irresponsible clowns at the helm of our football afairs.

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