Former Nigeria defender, Andrew Uwe, is eager to get a coaching role in any of the Nigerian national teams, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Uwe, the 1988 and 1990 Africa Cup of Nations silver medal winner spoke to Completesportsnigeria.com from his base in the United States of America, USA, reiterating his desire to get a coaching job in any of the national teams was borne out of his desire to give back to the society.
"I want to give back to the society what it helped me to get," the onetime Leventis United and Iwuanyanwu Nationale FC defence stalwart stated.
"I've the coaching requirements after getting coaching licenses from Germany and USA.
"In Germany, I have had coaching experience with Bundesliga 2 sides.
"Now in the United States, I'm equally doing good with my team.
"Serving my father land again, this time in coaching capacity is what I desire, to impact on the young ones to help our football grow."
The towering center-back was part of the Nigeria U-20 Flying Eagles squad that participated in the Moscow 1985 FIFA U-20 World Cup finals.
He had spells at the the Green Eagles that won silver medal at Maroc '88 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.
Uwe's domestic club career spanned from Leventis Iddo Tigers, Lagos through Leventis United Ibadan, and Iwuanyanwu Nationale Owerri, before taking his career to Europe where he played for Roeselare (Belgium), and three German sides; Wehen, Oldenburg, Rot Weiss Ahlen and Cloppenburg.