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Emeka Ezeougu Dreams Of Coaching Falcons

A member of the famous 1994 Nations cup and USA 94 FIFA world cup Super Eagles, Emeka Ezeougu is seriously dreaming of coaching the Nigerian female national football team, the falcons.

The modest hardcore in the defence circle of the Super Eagles, said, he has a better prospect to turn the fortune of the country’s Apex female soccer national team, if given the opportunity to coach them.

Throwing his faithfulness and openness into the wind, Ezeougu said, he will do the job without a pay.

Meanwhile, Emeka Ezeougu has coached a female side at his based in USA, saying he has the pedigree to be the first Nigerian coach to lift the female world cup for Nigeria hence he appealed.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to saddle him with the responsibility of achieving his lofty golden dream by winning the female world cup for Nigeria.

The former player now turned a coach had made this appealed before the NFF several times without response from the glass house.

According to him, he has personally applied in writing for the job with answers from the football house.

He said his pedigree as a player that served the country with loyalty and faithfulness is known to every tom, and dick and Harry, yet, the Nigeria Football Federation is not simply looking at his way.

He stated that unless NFF give him the opportunity to serve Nigeria in this capacity, the NFF and Nigerians may not know his true worth as a coach.

Emeka Ezeougu, said, he has no ulterior motive of wanting to coach the Falcons, but he has concern for the country, “after watching the potentials of the female soccer players, I feel, if well handled Nigeria could win the female world cup, pointing out that he is the right coach for the job if NFF can call me, I am still wanting the Falcons job, he stated. ###

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