NFF Finally Appoints New Super Eagles Coach

28 Jun 2016

NFF Finally Appoints New Super Eagles Coach


The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has settled for French Manager, Paul Le Guen, 52, as the Head Coach of the Nigeria Super Eagles, Post-Nigeria can authoritatively reveal.

Against reports that flooded the media barely 24 hours ago, that the services of Serbian Goran Stevanovic has been employed, reliable sources in the Glass House, revealed that it was a ploy to shift attention from the anointed candidate, who the NFF top shots have already given the plum job.

Our findings reveal that the French man, was present at the Super Eagles’ friendly game in Belgium, against Mali last month, and has already been given the job of the National team, as agreements had been reached between both parties months ago.

Reasons why the NFF requested for applications from top coaches, to apply for the seemingly vacant position, when already they have settled for the Frenchman, cannot be explained.

Recall, that Chairman of the NFF Technical Committee, had last week announced to the World, that the Federation will settle for a Serbian Manager, but our top sources affirmed that the Frenchman has already been given the Job.

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It was also revealed, that the NFF top shot only decided to sample the opinions of Nigerians, to see if the said Serbian, Goran Stevanovic, as announced in some blogs yesterday, was a popular choice.

In our investigation, an insider in the Federation, revealed that Frenchman, Paul Le Guen, will be unveiled to the public soon.

Confirming the report, Stevanovic Beninoise’s agent, Idohou Ogunobiyi, denied being contacted by the NFF, regarding the appointment of his client.

Le Guen, who was reportedly recommended by former Arsenal Vice-Chairman, David Dein, to the NFF, is expected to earn €44,000, it was also gathered.

“We have been receiving applications from several coaches for the Eagles job, but all I can tell you is that there won’t be a Serbian coach for the team,” the NFF source stated.

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News Source: Post-Nigeria, 9jaTales

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