Indigenous Coaches Proved Competence

While the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) continues to beam it searchlight to having a quality coach to manage the Super Eagles at the exit of Sunday Oliseh, Amaju Pinnick the president of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) whom seemed not having confidence in the indigenous coaches said, Sunday Oliseh may be the last indigenous coach that will coach the Super Eagles under his regime.

Salisu, Amapakabo and Boboye, who were saddled with the responsibility of managing the Super Eagles in far away country in all the friendly matches they prosecuted, did not only performed, but performed credibly well.

They did not fail the nation as well as they have proved that give an enabling good environment to the indigenous coaches and they will give you results.

The indigenous coaches also have the faculties as the foreign coaches; therefore, what the trio indigenous coaches have proven, not only to the NFF but the entire soccer world is it not fair enough to completely saddle than with the Super Eagles manager job?

One, time is of essence, because it would save Nigeria high cost as the NFF always complaining of money in it coffers.

Throughout the friendlies, there was no complaint of players and the technical crew, that simply means, they are good managers and fit into the job. Besides, they gave results to the surprise of even the NFF.

The time to doing the right things are here and Nigeria could not afford to make further mistakes as it was in the past, let bury our hatchet and move on with our football, the Super Eagles are waiting to play their world qualifiers now that the Super Eagles will not be in Gabon 2017 AFCON, let consolidate our energy towards qualifying Nigeria to be in the Russia 2017 only good planning can help Nigeria achieve this.  ###

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