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Amuneke: ‘I’m Always Available To Serve My Country’

Newly-appointed Super Eagles head coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has revealed that he’s delighted to have been appointed by the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) for the senior national team job.



The NFF announced the decision to drop Jose Peseiro and named Amuneke as the coach of the Super Eagles.

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The ex-Barcelona winger will work together with interim Technical Adviser Augustine Eguavoen, as well as Salisu Yusuf, Joseph Yobo, and Alloy Agu.



In an interview with Brila FM, Amuneke, however, remained coy about the terms of his agreement with the federation.

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“I’m always available to serve my country,” Amuneke, a former Super Eagles member that won the 1994 AFCON title told Brila FM.



“I’m grateful to Nigerians and the Federation for looking in my direction. For now, there’s no use speaking much; when it’s time, I will grant an interview about the job.”

 

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  • KangA 5 months ago

    Congratulations!

    I hope all’s well in the Glass House as we are being bombarded with changes at a dizzying pace.

    It’s time to settle down to work and carry out a diagnostic analysis of our football and proffer solutions. March is rolling in very fast. That play-off will be a test of your credibility.

    But for Agu to continue as the GK trainer? I forsee disaster!!!

     
    • Saturday 5 months ago

      There’s no congratulations anywhere. What happened is that Amuneke was jobless and decided to eat his vomit. Whatever it is and as real Nigerians, our only option is to support coach Eguavoen and his subordinates to be successful.

       
  • MuYiwa 5 months ago

    But sometime ago u said u could never be an assistant coach of the SE but after several months of hard lessons in the hand of Unemployment u are now be available to serve your country. Lmao.

     
  • MuYiwa 5 months ago

    Imagine if you had agreed to be part of Rohr’s crew back then, you would have led SE to the AFCON and by now you will be the head coach. Now u are celebrating being an assistant to Egu. Pride always comes before a fall.

     
    • KangA 5 months ago

      Read well. Behold you’re talking about the head coach, the highest civil servant in Nigeria; accountable to at least 1 million coaches!

      Eguavoen has reverted to the Technical Director.

       
      • Gabriel 5 months ago

        A coach is below a Technical Adviser in the pecking order. Amuneke remains the 1st Assistant coach to Eguavoen. My question is why is he evading interview?

         
        • Joe Odudu 5 months ago

          @Gabriel, Amuneke CV in spoken English is very poor. Let him count the grammar, we are waiting.

           
        • Eyaife Godfrey 5 months ago

          Inother words,Rohr was under Eguavoen in his time.Is that what you are saying?

           
        • Gabriel 5 months ago

          Read well, Eguavoen is the Technical Adviser and he vets all the coaches. That means he heads not just Amuneke but all the coaches combined. Amuneke is 1st assistant coach. It means he is an assistant coach. The head coach for the CHAN SE is Yusuf who is 2nd Assistant coach. Amuneke major undoing is that his spoken English is poor so Yusuf or Yobo might take over that position in the coaching crew.

           
      • MuYiwa 5 months ago

        You are just beating about the bush. Egu is the tech adviser cum Super Eagles manager, Amumeke is Assistant Coach. By now he should be the team manager, if he had humbled himself in the past. Chaii see what joblessness can do to a man. He is now available to serve Nigeria. Lol

         
  • Omo9ja 5 months ago

    Congratulations to you coach Amunike. You are one of the best for the job. Very humble, smart and friendly.

    We asked for you and NFF answered our calls.

    Now, we want to do the same thing for the goalkeeping department. That department is very weak and NFF are trying as much as possible to retain coach Agu but it won’t.

    Super Eagles went to two tournaments under coach Agu and he failed Nigeria woefully in Egypt and in Cameroon. Shall well continue that way? Mba.

    However, no matter how great coach Eguavoen and Amunike are without having a reliable goalie is nothing. We saw Akpeyi and Okoye errors in the past.

    Should coach Agu continue doing a shabby job? I don’t think so kę.

    Kai. NFF should give us Peter Rufai, Ike Shorunmu, Enyeama or Ikeme. Enyeama is a fantastic trainer. Likewise Ike Shorunmu and Peter Rufai. NFF should go to their instram page to testify. Enough of coach Agu in the Super Eagles period.

    Now that our own are in charge of the Super Eagles, NFF should treat them like professionals. These are our world class coaches. They are international not local. They have traveled the world and now, it is time to show us what our own have for us.

    NFF should give coach Amunike and coach Eguavoen free hand to do their job. We need our best to represent Nigeria.

    We don’t want the two coaches to repeat what Oga Rohr did in the past. No more recycling players.

    Akpeyi and Ighalo should step away from national team. Mr. Agu should call it quite.

    We really mean the business this time around NFF.

    Sooner or later, we will replace Amaju himself.

    Fellow Patriotic Nigerians, we still have a lot to do. If we work collectively with our own, Nigeria can win anything in football⚽️.

    Am I communicating ba? If so, listen to me attentively my people. If Super Eagles fail to qualify to the world cup in Qatar, Nigerian football will struggle for at least five good years and the current squad will be disbanded.

    More so, I am expecting Mr. Amunike to speak with coach Eguavoen if we have to beat the Black Stars in Ghana. We have to finish the job in Ghana first before the second leg in Abuja. That match is very crucial for us.

    He, Coach Amunike should have a word of wisdom with his boss, coach Eguavoen. Nigeria must be in Qatar and to achieve this, no room for sentiment. They have to select players based on current form.

    The coaches should not prefer Akpeyi, John Noble over Adeleye and Osagwe this time around. Nigerians want to see competitions in the Super Eagles.

    The coaching crew should not pick Ighalo over Dessers.

    We have Ejaria, Nwakali, Micheal and Nwobodo. Eagles have nothing to complain about in terms of creativity.

    The only concern am having now is that of goalkeeping department. If we don’t speak up, it will backfire again like what we saw in Cameroon this year against Tunisia and against Algeria in Egypt few years back.

    Do something before something do you NFF. That is my own advice for you NFF.

    Late Keshi won gold medals in Afcon 2013 and now Cisse. So, our own can do so in the next Afcon and world cup in Qatar if we believe.

    Once more, congratulations to you Mr. Amunike. I am than satisfied to have you in the Super Eagles. Go and make us proud our own. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
    • Many people are saying Amuneke biggest problem is meeting the press. Remember Ejiara doesn’t understand Ibo language.

       
      • Hahahahaha, but there is no time he will not meet the press. Nor be him sey him be coach? Hahahahahaha.

         
      • Omo9ja 5 months ago

        This is quite funny though lolz. Oga Rohr understands English much better ba?

        Have you done your research before taking?

        Go and do your research first. I will recommend you to go and watch coach Amunike interviews on Channels Television and come back here with those that misleading you and apologize to Amunike and we Nigerians Shikena. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

         
        • Lol. Why should I go to the Channels Tv when Mr. Aurikwe has confirmed it here on CSN.

           
  • Ako AMADI 5 months ago

    Sacked by Tanzania, then bundled out by obscure clubs in Sudan and Egypt, and suddenly Amuneke is Chief Coach of Nigeria How about that!!!???

     
    • Joe Odudu 5 months ago

      Amuneke can’t even speak good English. Let’s wait and see.

       
      • Emecco 5 months ago

        All of you talking about Amuneke not good at Spoken English are sick in the brains. I have watched Amuneke severally speaking at FIFA press conference especially during the 2105 U-17 world cup in Chile. He is OK in English Language. The most important thing is communication and he can do that effectively. Italian and Spanish Coaches with very poor English proficiency still communicate well in the EPL . Amuneke doesn’t need to be a “Wole Soyinka” to coach that the SE.

         
      • Emecco 5 months ago

        https://youtu.be/Ucx0oBmVS0o

        Click on the this link and listen to Amuneke attending to Journalist. I bet he is better than most of you guys in spoken English

         
    • Henry 5 months ago

      It is true Amuneke failed woefully in Sudan and even in a club side in Egypt. What we happen is that the Federation will send him on some coaching courses to refresh. I will personally see to that. Some people are saying he also needs to attend English classes.

       
      • Eyaife Godfrey 5 months ago

        There is nothing wrong in failure.The fact that he has failed many times does not mean we cannot use him.The question is: has he learnt from his mistakes? Senegal coach did not win the African cup of nations on his first, second, third or even fourth attempt.
        Let us not be too hard on our own: rather, let give him all the encouragement that he needs.

         
        • Bernard Y 5 months ago

          ….. Some from that agitation prone region wanted Me. Eguavoen to win the same nations cup with only 2 weeks of preparations. Yu see na?

           
      • Oviman 5 months ago

        Please,link me up to be his English tutor because I’m proficient at it…a professional.

         
    • Omo9ja 5 months ago

      @Ako AMADI, you should have known better than this. Coach Amunike and Oga Rohr for example.

      Oga Rohr did coach other African teams before he managed the Eagles team right? He failed there simply because he wasn’t good enough and those countries did not have players of our carbals.

      Now, You called coach Amunike a failure how? For a coach to made it to a tournament with local talents, no exposure and experience of Afcon but he instructed the players and Tanzania made it to Afcon in the end. That should tell you that coach Amunike is tactically and technically sound.

      Oga Rohr with our star studded team, he failed to win a tea cup for Nigeria.

      We don’t even recognized the bronze medals he won in Egypt. How many bronze medals did Nigeria win before Oga Rohr? That should tell you people that Nigerians don’t celebrate failure.

      So, sentiments aside, let’s support our own period. God bless Nigeria!!!

       
      • Eyaaaa!

         
      • You are a pathetic human being. You have come with your trash comments as usual. In fact most of your comments here made me to think if you are sane at times because you are always directionless in your write up. I have never seen you write here without mentioning Rohr even if the subject matter has anything to do with him. You said he failed in all the countries he managed before Nigeria are you for real? He took Gabon to quarter final and that was the highest peak they have ever reach in AFCON history, He led Niger to Nations cup which they have never attain since he left and same with Burkina Faso he did his best. What has your Amunike won too if not because sentiments has beclouded your sense of reasoning idiot.

         
        • Garry 5 months ago

          Amuneke is a fluke, let’s hope he hasn’t brought ill-luck to the Super Eagles.

           
  • Omo9ja 5 months ago

    You should have known better than this. Coach Amunike and Oga Rohr for example.

    Oga Rohr did coach other African teams before he managed the Eagles team right? He failed there simply because he wasn’t good enough and those countries did not have players of our carbals.

    Now, You called coach Amunike a failure how? For a coach to made it to a tournament with local talents, no exposure and experience of Afcon but he instructed the players and Tanzania made it to Afcon in the end. That should tell you that coach Amunike is tactically and technically sound.

    Oga Rohr with our star studded team, he failed to win a tea cup for Nigeria.

    We don’t even recognized the bronze medals he won in Egypt. How many bronze medals did Nigeria win before Oga Rohr? That should tell you people that Nigerians don’t celebrate failure.

    So, sentiments aside, let’s support our own period. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
  • CagedAnimal 5 months ago

    @Dan, what if Mr. Amureki decided to hire an English interpreter? Lol, he must be a coach.

     
  • Yomi Ehinerenq 5 months ago

    As coach of Taifa Stars of Tanzania, Amuneke lost all the 3 group matches in the last Afcon19? Well, coach Austin Eguavoen will need to double his work because there is no assistant there. What is he going to get from an assistant with a poor CV???

     
    • Yomi Ehinerenq 5 months ago

      -Taifa stars

       
      • John-I 5 months ago

        And you forgot he qualified them for Afcon, something they couldn’t achieve until his arrival? Rohr can’t even qualify Tanzania, Comoros or Guinea-Bissau to Afcon, that’s a fact. A coach who had stars for 5 years yet failed to win a wine-cup? Abegi. Amunike may not be the best but he’s still a U-17 World Cup winning coach. What has Rohr won?. Give me facts.
        Amunike gave Victor Osimhen, Nwakali and Chukwueze the platform to thrive while Rohr discovered Maduka Okoye lol. Abeg forget Rohr mek we hear word jare.

        If Rohr is good, let him manage another African team and lead them to success.

         
        • Dr. Drey 5 months ago

          Have these your owns managed other African teams to success before….? I guess they too are not good…LMAOoooo

          Who told you Tanzania had never qualified for AFCON before 2019, and who qualified Niger for the 2013 AFCON and got them their 1st ever point at an AFCON tournament….? And you talk about facts……LMAOOooo.

           
    • Netins 5 months ago

      He he he, @Yomi, ask me o. This our NEW ‘our own’ must talk to us o.

       
    • Animote Ekwanbwei 5 months ago

      Sentiments apart, that is a fact but let’s support him since the President of the NFF, Amaju Pinnick can still send Amuneke for further training. It is Nigeria first. Good luck Mr. Eguavoen and his boys.

       
    • Ask me o.

       
  • The NFF NO EGUAVOUEN CAN’T DO IT SO THEY BROUGHT IN AMO TO DO IT BUT WHY DID YOU SACK ROHR FOR THE FIRST PLACE. LOOKING FOR WHO WILL FALL

     
  • What was westehof cv and Rohr CV before they came to Nigeria. I want to learn.

    Amuneke took what was one of our best under 17 to win a world cup and even fifa commended the tactics he used.

    He qulified Tanzania for afcon. Hiw many did rohr qylified for afcon. How many cups has he won whether even baby cup.

     
    • Let’s not get overemotional, Amuneke for losing all the matches at the group stage of Afcon 2019, is a failure but as a fellow country man, we have accepted to manage him and hopefully, NFF will send him on further training. For now, coach Eguavoen his crew have a lot to do.

       
      • To manage him as an assistant “international” head coach of Eagles. You know those people like titles, lol!

         
    • MuYiwa 5 months ago

      @Christian ministries. Like I have posited here before now, Amuneke is not the only Nigerian coach to have won the u17 world cup for Nigeria. In fact Nigeria is still no 1 as far as winning the cadet world cup is concerned. Fani Amun won the competition in 1993 and that’s arguably our golden generation till date. The likes of KANU, Ojibwe, Anosike, Babayaro, Oruma, Odini outscored their opponents 8-0(Canada), 4-0(Argentina) end route to the final where they easily dislodged Ghana. Several members of this team went ahead to win the Atlanta Olympic football gold 3 years later.

      Coaches like Yemi Tela and Many Garba have also won this competition. So employing Amuneke for the Super Eagles on the backdrop of his winning u17 world cup is not only laughable but hypocritical. He failed woefully with the same set of boys 2 years later at the U20. We couldn’t even qualify for the Afcon u20 that year if I’m not mistaken.

      Anyway now that he’s part of the coaching crew, we wish them all the best.

       
      • Dr. Drey 5 months ago

        None….I repeat, NONE of the 4 coaches who won U17 world cup for Nigeria before Amunike has ever been handed the job of coaching the SE on the backdrop of being an U17 world cup winner….from Sebstian Brodericks to Amun to Tella and Manu Garba.

        Why we have suddenly seen U17 world cup as the shinning light in the CV of a man we are touting as the next SE coach is still baffling. He qualified Tanzania for AFCON (albeit in highly suspicious final qualifier matchday circumstances)….and then…? Losing all 3 matches in the main tournament including losing to Kenya (I mean Kenya) doesnt appear to me as anything to be proud of, when we see what teams likes Madagascar, Comoros, Equatorial Guinea and Gambia have done under the same circumstances. Maybe those teams need to build statues for their own coaches seeing how much we rave about “he qualified Tanzania for AFCON” in Nigeria……LMAOOooo

        The way we have started lowering the SE Managerial job bar so cheaply in recent times whenever we are touting these exinternationals for the job is so laughable. As average as most of our foreign coaches may have been, their CVs are 10 times better than what these “our owns” parade…..except we want to be lying to ourselves. Imagine if it was one Wilhemsson Shnakovic who submitted these kinds of Eguavoen and Amuneke has….LMAOOoo…they wouldnt even near 1st round of assessment.

        Well, if Joseph Yobo with ABSOLUTELY NOTHING in coaching could at one time be primed for the SE job by people whom we taught knew better, Why wont people whose bests are the worst of others be worshipped and regarded as the best hands for the job…?

        And its like we still haven’t learn our lessons yet….that the SE job is not one for upstarts or one to be gambled or trialed with.

         
    • Dr. Drey 5 months ago

      Hehehehe…..Amuneke qualified tanzania for AFCON….LMAOooo. I thought qualification for tournaments means nothing….LMAOOooo.

      Now its time to hype Amunike, they have remembered qualification for AFCON is something…..LMAOOoooo.

       
      • John-I 5 months ago

        It appears you didn’t read my comment well but that’s fine. I’m not here for Rohr vs Eguaveon or Rohr vs whatever, just stating facts.

        So getting Niger a point in Afcon is now a big achievement? Lol.
        Comoros beat Ghana (with an exciting brand of football) and almost took Cameroun to cleaners, even with an outfield player being between the sticks. That’s what I call achievement. Gambia reached knockout stage, that’s also an achievement.

        The point remains that Rohr couldn’t achievement anything tangible in 5-solid-years. Westerhoff and late Stephen Keshi did far better in less games (both won Afcon and reached World Cup round of 16). I’m not a Rohr-hater, I just didn’t see him winning anything with Nigeria. He reached his peak and was about to experience diminishing returns until his timely sack!

         
      • John-I 5 months ago

        Well, if qualifying Nigeria to for Afcon (winning golden-bronze) and qualifying Super Eagles to world cup (and booted out in the group stage) is a remarkableachievement, we may as well hype Emmanuel Amunike for qualifying Tanzania to Afcon.

        Both Rohr and Amunike has qualification golden-trophy

         
      • Dr. Drey 5 months ago

        I thought you claimed Rohr can never qualify any team for AFCON….LMAOOooo…now you have summersaulted to the number points he got….LAMOOoo. Did your own Amunike get even one point for Tanzania at AFCON…? Or was it not your guadiolas who ensured we could only attend just 1 AFCON tournament in 5years…?

        Losing in the 96th minute in the semifinals to the eventual Champions after not even qualifying for 2015 and 2017 AFCONs is something tangible.

        Westerhoff and Keshi did not inherit the 16th ranked team in Africa and 70th ranked team in the world.

        If your guadiolas could achieve half of what Rohr achieved under the circumstances in which he came in and in the toxic environment in which he worked, streets will be named after them….LMAOooo. It was their failure that made us contract Rohr in the first place

        Yea, Rohr’s sack was timely, it was high time we got disgraced for intentionally sabotaging our own team because of our hatred for the coach. And was there a better way to be disgraced out of an AFCON competition than being booted out by the B team of the 3rd place team in another group, led by their assistant coach whose profile nobody can find online…..LMAOoooo

        A zero-rated coach took the entire technical department of your FA (the so-called 9 wise men cum technically empty men) to the cleaners……LMAOOoo…so much that the the FA president had to confess to the public that their technical director lacks technical knowledge of the game and started looking for “reinforcements” all over the place.

        Rohr’s sack was indeed timely as it afforded our football the opportunity to once again be taken 40 years backwards. Imagine we paid $2m to record our worst AFCON outing since 1982…..LMAOOooo

        I hope your non qualification for the qfinals of the AFCON for the 1st time in 40 YEARS was “tangible”……LMAOooooo

         
  • Dr. Drey 5 months ago

    “What we need to do now is to just inject some kind of technical sagacity to the team.” – Amaju Pinnick.

    The President of the NFF openly admitted to the world that the Technical Director of the Nigerian Football Federation and one who oversees all coaches and national teams in the country lacks Technical Sagacity…..ie Technical intelligence/understanding……yet he retains his job as TD and goes on to be rewarded with leading the national team.

    In order to “beef” up the technical crew, a man who once bragged (during a CSN interview on 21st December 2020) “…I was once a coach of Tanzania not the youth team, so why must I come back to assist, Why are we trying to belittle ourselves…”, has now been belittled by being drafted in to be an assistant to the TD that lacks technical intelligence according to the NFF president.

    I thought Amunike was currently supposed to be under the payroll of El-Maqassa FC of Egypt after being demoted from Head coach to Academy scout…? Before Otto Addo who is currently the Asst Coach at Dortmund was appointed by the GFA, we heard of how officials of the GFA went to Germany to negotiate and iron out issues with the man and Borussia Dortmund (his employers).

    All I see here is plenty of desperation, which Amaju Pinnick is characteristically doing well to really exploit and milk in order to remain the alpha and omega. What are the details of the negotiations..? On what terms were the contracts of employment of these coaches founded…? How did a man who said he has never been contacted or spoken to for any SE job 48 hours ago suddenly turn around and 24 hours later and start waxing lyrical about his delight at being appointed into the national team’s crew…? When the romance is over, i hope we will not hear another series of cries of “NFF does not respect Nigerian coaches”….???

    Whatever they do, they should just not jeopardize our World cup ticket. That AFCON face-saving lie of “impressive performance” even when the failure is a clear as daylight wouldn’t be tenable this time around.

     
    • MuYiwa 5 months ago

      My prayer is that we are not back to those inglorious days pre-Rohr. Those days when we missed Afcon back to back, when we were 70 something on Fifa ranking, with all these our own, our own mediocre arrangements.

      It is certain that Amuneke was desperate for this job, hence swallowing his own vomit. He visited the team’s hotel several times yet nobody said anything to him abt Eagles job and 24 hrs later, a contract has been agreed upon.

      I just pray we see off Ghana in March.

       
      • Damian 5 months ago

        Amuneke apart from being a confirmed flash in the pan as par senior national team, will be a disappointment because most of the preparations are going to be done by coach Austin Eguavoen. But let us allow him and pray that NFF would further train him.

         
  • If it’s true igbalo quit his club for not allowing him participate in the just concluded AFCON , then I doff my hat for him.

     
  • Lanre 5 months ago

    I am still pained with our early ouster at the last AFCON because I know nd am sure GERNOT ROHR wouldn’t have lost that match against Tunisia via his cautious nd careful tactics…… we would have gone very far, but alas our ex internationals conspired nd got him sacked unnecessarily….. they can’t survive without the super eagles……as naive, stupid nd clueless as Austin eguavoen was,he refused to change pattern allowing our opponent to carry the day,may God have mercy……… now it’s amunekeeguavoen combo…… we can no longer have GERNOT ROHR back……….. this is so so sad…… sacking a coach who has been building a formidable team nd meeting all targets set before him by those who employed him claiming he was not playing fANCIFUL football nd winning matches by 4,5,6 goals without conceding…….i am tired of this country

     
    • Emecco 5 months ago

      All of you talking about Amuneke not good at Spoken English are sick in the brains. I have watched Amuneke severally speaking at FIFA press conference especially during the 2105 U-17 world cup in Chile. He is OK in English Language. The most important thing is communication and he can do that effectively. Italian and Spanish Coaches with very poor English proficiency still communicate well in the EPL . Amuneke doesn’t need to be a “Wole Soyinka” to coach that the SE.

       
  • Congratulations sir!!! The
    “Newly-appointed Super Eagles head coach, Emmanuel Amuneke”

    ✓African Footballer of the Year: 1994.

    ✓BBC African Footballer of the Year: 1996.

    One of the most garlanded footballers to have come out of Nigeria, Amuneke scored both goals that won Nigeria the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations final match against Zambia in Tunis, scored the goal that won Nigeria and Africa’s first Olympic football gold medal in 1996 and played in the 1994 and 1996 FIFA World Cup finals, scoring two goals in USA ’94.

    As coach, the electrifying winger qualified Tanzania for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and led the Taifa Stars in the finals. He is a member of both the FIFA and CAF Technical Study Groups.

    You are great indeed, both as a player and Coach. Sir Amunike, may God fill you with more wisdom and technical sagacity to wow the world and your enemies in Jesus name, Amen.

    The Secret!
    The hidden secret is that Emmanuel Amunike is blessed with God given natural Wisdom that you can’t acquire from the University or classroom no matter how many years you spend there; even if you like, do PhD, you may not still get it.

    Let’s wait and see the amazing work God will use Amunike to do for SE and the nation.

    Congrats Sir! By the way you can hire me as your Press secretary sir, if you need one! Go do us proud!!!

    Afterall, the foreign white Coaches cannot speak our Nigerian local dialets; Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba, Ijaw, Edo, Esan, Urhobo, Efik, Ibibio,…?

    “We naija talk to ourselves in the naija way and we understand ourselves ASAP”. Shikena.

     
    • Emecco 5 months ago

      https://youtu.be/Ucx0oBmVS0o

      Click on the this link and listen to Amuneke attending to Journalist. I bet he is better than most of you guys in spoken English

       
    • Emecco 5 months ago

      @Nosa, pls don’t mind those retards, taunting Amuneke on his English Language proficiency. The fact is Amuneke is just OK and can communicate effectively, Nigerians dey tire me sometimes abeg.

       
      • John-I 5 months ago

        Na slave mentality dey worry dem lol. Is fluency and good command in English language even a criteria for measuring intelligence? Kai, Nigerians sha

         
  • [email protected] for the video interview on Coach Amuneke, clearly depicting his eloquence in Spoken English!!!

    Shame on all the fools who claimed he couldn’t communicate fluently in English.

    Coach Legend Amuneke (African best footballer, 1994), the Nation is very proud of you and are in support of your reign as the Super Eagles head Coach, working in harmony with legend Coach Eguavoen (NFF Technical Adviser).

    Wishing the entire SE Coaching Crew Victory in all their future matches IJN, Amen.

     
  • Israel 5 months ago

    My fervent prayer is that both of them – Eguavoen and Amunike will work together in harmony. I wish Amunike would swallow his pride and humble himself under the leadership of Equavoen and for Eguavoen too to swallow his pride and take Amunike’s suggestions. If that is done, Nigeria will go places under their watch. God bless Nigeria.

     

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