Tokyo- Based Nigerian Coach Bolarinwa Wants Super Eagles Job

Tokyo- Based Nigerian Coach Bolarinwa Wants Super Eagles Job

Tokyo- based Nigerian coach , Obalola Bolarinwa has expressed interest in joining the technical crew of the Super Eagles, reports Completesports.com.

Bolarinwa, who spent over a decade managing teams in Japan highlighted his qualities and how he woukd integrate the country’s style of play into the national team.

The gaffer, who has a UEFA B License specializes in coaching young talents and stated that he is determined to help discover and develop budding talents.

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Bolarinwa recently applied to coach one of the youth teams of Nigeria and looks anxiously for an opportunity to serve his fatherland.

“I have been handling youth teams abroad for more than eleven years,” Bolarinwa began in an interactive session via WhatsApp Forum NSM Rebranded on Tuesday night.

“What the team needs is organization and preparation. I am ready to work with the Nigeria national team if given the chance.”

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  • Oakfield 4 weeks ago

    So, this is one of the coaches calling mr picnic? Lol. Anyway, at least, he’s miles away better than that fashionista cum overnight coach.

     
    • @Oakfield, I think he is modest enough to want to start from the youth teams, better than our ex defender cum fashonista who wants to start from the top with no qualifications.. Lol

       
  • Chidiomimi 4 weeks ago

    I don’t have issues with him dreaming big, where I have issue is the fact that Pinnic seems not to be able to differentiate between pebble and pearl. If he thinks Rorh is replaceable, why waiting till this time. Whatever Claus the insert in his new contract for me is an after thought. Rorh has done well and I think he deserves even better parkage. Pinnic forgets things easily. This Rorh was the man that make Nigerians forget about Olishe who start to build but could not finish. What Pinnic’s administration has done to Rorh, I can tell you for free that Olishe would not take half of it. Is it not obvious? If Roth drops SE and another coach takes over but didn’t deliver, I will ask for Pinnic’s head. I wish I have the power to do so.

     
  • @chidiomimi you will not ask for pinic head because a new coach will bring joy for us. GR wll never take us to the promise land,

     
    • @stan, I won’t blame you, you simply doing the work of your paymaster

       
  • DeStar 4 weeks ago

    @Stan , 
    Please don’t loose focus , I stand # with you ; as far as I am concerning , I prefer anyone with Nigerian blood running in his vein that is ready to work in Nigeria with great commitment. 
    It is not a rocket science , Keshi did it under hell type condition of service with backlog of unpaid salary compare to oga Rohr that gets his full  salary  as at when due in his comfort home in Germany. Our exposed ex international should be given same treatment and uninterrupted salary as given foreigner like oga Rohr , Muorhino was ordinary interpreter with Barcelona  coach and was given opportunity, the rest is now history.
    If we cannot afford world class coach , we should invest in our own who will have great commitment. 
    It is high time we, stopped our inferiority complex by written off our own ex internationals . If you don’t believe in your own , you don’t expect external people to value them , that is why our local coaches are rotting away and facing hell-type condition of services outside ; Amunike did unthinkable with tiny Tanzania with great achievement that no any coach in that land ( local or white ) qualified for Afcon after many decades of attempt , this was achieved with backlog of unpaid peanuts salary , Amunike accepted his fate as he was not given same super treatment given to foreigners in his home country Nigeria, why would he complain then , he took the team in that circumstances to the tournament with many months of unpaid salary, with unexposed and inexperienced players that have never watched Afcon tournament live in their entire life let alone ever kicking ball in Afcon , rather than appreciating Amunike for achievement that has never been seen , he was sacked , the poor man was stranded in the country for months as he could receive his many moths of salary owed him . This should not be allowed to continue. NFF should give us first class coach or alternatively, our local coaches who have great commitment and should be backed by good remuneration that will be consistent as with oga Rohr . The likes of Amunike should be brought back home with morale booster fantastic uninterrupted salary