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Agali Delighted With Super Eagles Scout Role For Russia 2018

Agali Delighted With Super Eagles Scout Role For Russia 2018

By Johnny Edward: Former Super Eagles striker Victor Agali has confirmed his chief scout role for the national team ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Agali was appointed by coach Gernot Rohr who guided the Super Eagles to their sixth FIFA World Cup in Russia.

“Yes I’m delighted and I hope to play my part in that role in ensuring the Super Eagles do well,” Agali told Completesportsnigeria.com.

Agali, who played under Rohr at French club OGC Nice in the 2004-2005 season, scoring six goals in 30 appearances, was an unofficial member backroom staff during the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Agali, 38, played 12 times for the Super Eagles and scored five times.

COMMENTS

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  • Edoman 12 months ago

    lt was nice to hear of your well timed appointment. Please, my friend, go look at Paul Unuachu. Paul has skill that may stand him out and play just like you in your days, Agali.

  • ako amadi 12 months ago

    This appointment is unnecessary and a waste of time and money. What Nigeria needs now is a goalkeeper and backup in the defence
    There is a glut and saturation with attackers. Why should Agali go in search of even more? Or is Rohr thinking of converting attackers to goalkeepers?