NFF unveils Super Eagles new Coach
The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) has unveiled the new coach of the Super Eagles.
Rumors broke out a few weeks ago that the NFF had acquired the services of French tactician Paul Le Guen, which they denied saying they were yet to contact anyone for the job.
In a show off, they did invite a group of foreign coaches last week for interview on the Eagles Job, Yes Paul Le Guen was invited also and has been subsequently named the new Super Eagles Coach.
Speaking on the Development, NFF chairman Amaju Pinnick said:
“We want to avoid as much as possible the perceived mistakes that made us to miss out of the AFCON 2017. To ensure that we brought the best coach that can qualify us for the World Cup, the first thing we did was to ensure we got a partner that will pay the fees of all the coaches. We sent a request of about five coaches and that was granted and the company requested we should keep every other thing under wraps for now.
“After the last AFCON ouster, we started thinking of Russia ad we are making efforts to pay all the coaches so that they will give their best at all times. Truly we are very desirous of qualifying for the 2018 world cup”.