FK Tirana manager Ndubuisi Egbo is delighted to make history with the Albanian Superliga club, reports Completesports.com.
Egbo on Sunday steered Tirana to their 25th Superliga title, their first in 11 years, after second-place Kukesi were beaten 1-0 at Vllaznia.
He is the first black and African coach to win a major European league, as well as the first African to qualify a team for the UEFA Champions League.
Tirana will also take on Teuta in the Albania Cup final on August 2.
“When I left the club (Tirana) and they saw what I was doing with other teams in the course of my goalkeeping coaching career, i was invited also to come because they know that I have the mentality, character, personality and philosophy that the team need,”Egbo stated while answering questions on popular Nigeria Sports Whatsapp forum NSM.
” I was given the opportunity from the goalkeeping coach to the assistant coach before they asked me to take over as the head coach.
““When you work in a certain company or organization you need to do your optimum best. Be a man of good character and good behaviour to leave your footstep on a sand of time. This is exactly what I did when I played for the team.”
Egbo was appointed Tirana manager in December 2019.
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