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Who Should Replace Jose Peseiro As The Head Coach Of The Super Eagles?

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  • Jerkin 1 month ago

    Let the process of recruitment be strictly professional and open to both foreign and local coaches, who are qualified. No tribal sentiment or favoritism of any sort. At the en of the day I’m sure a foreign coach would emerge

    • The advert for the position is out and on nff website. Both local and foreign are welcome. Let’s see those who thinks they are qualified with necessary papers apply.
      The nff can do us justice by announcing the number and names of applicants.

  • EMMANUEL AMUNEKE WILL BE THE BEST COACH FOR SUPER EAGLE

    • Why because he is Nigerian?? What have he achieved as a coach. You think coaching under 12 and under 20 is the same as coaching Senior Team????…. You people really want to kill our football right?. Why because Senegal is Using Cisse you think the same will work in Nigeria with all the sentiments Tribalism and Quota in the country?…. Or maybe Nigeria is as disciplined as Senegal in managing their Football if that is the case why is Senegal respecting CHAN and at the same time winning it Cisse does not get confused by Senegal FA or Ex footballers clamouring for Local players in Teranga Lions they are not deluded like we are. Long story short Nigerians and Senegalese are not the same. what works in Senegal does not work in Nigeria. Period!

      • Frankie 1 month ago

        @Ugo thank u for your impartial assertion. I happen to be a Senegalese permanent resident. It’s not what the gullible think that Senegal is using local coach. Most of the back room and technical staff of the team are even White French nationals.
        No local nigerian coach would make the short list if the real time recruitment procedures is strictly adhered to without recourse to national character

        • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

          Exactly what I have always stated here when they want to start making vague comparisons.

          These so-called local coaches are anything but local. They come foreign as foreign as any other foreign coach. Aliou Cisse himself is as French as every frenchman having spent practically all his life in France, while his entire bench of assistants and backroom are mostly white french nationals.

          Djamel Belmadi too is also a Frenchman, though of Algerian Origin and is as french as any other frenchman. His bench is also filled with french assistants like him

          The new cat on the block Emerse Fae is also french…born, raised and retired in France and now actively practicing his coaching career for about 10 straight years in France. He cant be said to be less french than the french as it is.

          So whenever these “our own” advocates start using Senegal and Algeria and CIV as examples, I laugh so hard, cos they just cannot see beyond their nostrils.

          Having one “local” figure-head as coach isn’t what we should be copying from other nations. We should learn to look beyond that figure head to see the quantum of what it is exactly they are doing right.

          If we want to copy the last 3 AFCON winners, it is a dude like Eddie Newton (former Chelsea U21/reserves and Tranbzonspor Coach – he won the Turkish Cup 2 seasons ago or thereabout) we should be targeting, surrounded by European assistants, and not some overrated 1994 Ex-internationals who have never liked one another and have always been a disaster each time they are called upon to work together.

          • King S 1 month ago

            Thank you for your submission, Dr. It’s refreshing that we have people like you on this forum. The narratives about the need for an indigenous coach are at best mischievous. I once said on a forum that none of these current ex-internationals is in the mould of the late Keshi or even Amodu, and what’s shocking is that they all have this kind of entitlement mentality. Amunike’s coaching CV is abysmal. People will quickly point out that he qualified Tanzania for the Afcon in a while but removed the path that he was immediately sacked after three strings of losses at the Mundial. They don’t even know that Tanzania qualified on permutations as they needed Lesotho not to win to qualify. His records there are not covered in glory either: 3 wins, 2 draws, and 6 losses. The question is why didn’t the Tanzanian FA leave to continue to the developmental phase based on what he did they knew better and off they sent him. Emotions don’t bring results. Ever since then, he has not made a name for himself as a Coach. We all know what happened with him at Zamalek or so and Zanaco or so too.

            Seriously, it’s high time we sat back and analyzed our football developmental phase. Right now, our ex-internationals will take us nowhere. You’ve rightly pointed out that they don’t like one another and that’s the truth. We saw the relationship between Keshi and Amokachi and what the latter said afterwards. In Nigeria, it is we who repeat history. Wasn’t Amokachi there when we couldn’t fashion out a win against Ghana? You know, all of these shenanigans, and yet we are still adamant. Based on the reports from Own Goal, it could be the Amuneke show.

            We have names abroad that could do the magic but the NFF won’t call them or the predators at the helms of affairs at the Glass House won’t allow them to. Or isn’t Eddie Newton Nigerian? The idea that it must be a former player is flawed and will lead us to another calamity. Seriously, I hope the Federal Government will wade in before it’s too late. It’s a pity that want to use this Fifa World Cup to “Japa” that I pity. If you are a good coach, I don’t know why you will be begging around for the job. We are not serious as a footballing nation.

            There are now drumming lies againstPoseidono. We’ll see what the results will be. If NFF cannot learn from the past, the past will resurface with the present. It is usually said that the lighting does not strike once, in Nigeria, it strikes continuously. Gamble with this and see the ire of Nigerians at home and abroad. As they say in pidgin, eyes soon clear. Ire o!

          • King S 1 month ago

            Thank you for your submission, Dr. It’s refreshing that we have people like you on this forum. The narratives about the need for an indigenous coach are at best mischievous. I once said on a forum that none of these current ex-internationals are in the mold of the late Keshi or even Amodu, and what’s shocking is that they all have this kind of entitlement mentality. Amunike’s coaching CV is abysmal. People will quickly point out that he qualified Tanzania for the Afcon in a while but removed the path that he was immediately sacked after three strings of losses at the Mundial. They don’t even know that Tanzania qualified on permutations as they needed Lesotho not to win to qualify. His records there are not covered in glory either: 3 wins, 2 draws, and 6 losses. The question is why didn’t the Tanzanian FA leave to continue to the developmental phase based on what he did but they knew better and off they sent him. Emotions don’t bring results. Ever since then, he has not made a name for himself as a Coach. We all know what happened with him at Zamalek or so and at Zanaco or so too.

            Seriously, it’s high time we sat back and analyzed our football developmental phase. Right now, our ex-internationals will take us nowhere. You’ve rightly pointed out that they don’t like one another and that’s the truth. We saw the relationship between Keshi and Amokachi and what the latter said after. In Nigeria, it is us who repeat history. Wasn’t Amunike there when we couldn’t fashion out a win against Ghana? You know, all of these shenanigans, and yet we are still adamant. Based on the reports from Own Goal, it could be the Amuneke show.

            We have names abroad that could do the magic but the NFF won’t call them or the predators at the helms of affairs at the Glass House won’t allow them to. Or isn’t Eddie Newton Nigerian? The idea that it must be a former player is flawed and will lead us to another calamity. Seriously, I hope the Federal Government will wade in before it’s too late. It’s the people that want to use this Fifa World Cup to “Japa” that I pity. If you are a good coach, I don’t know why you will be begging around for the job. We are not serious as a footballing nation.

            There are now drumming lies against Poseiro now. We’ll see what the results will be. If NFF cannot learn from the past, the past will resurface with the present. It is usually said that the lighting does not strike once, in Nigeria, it’s strikes continuously. Gamble with this and see the ire of Nigerians home and abroad. As they say in pidgin, eyes go soon clear.

      • Ugwu Bethran 1 month ago

        Tell them.all those jobless local coaches. You will only hear about them when th super eagle managerial post is vacant.

      • What did Paseiro achieve in Saudi Arabia and Venezuela becoming the coach of the Super Eagles?

        Even Westeroff what did he achieve before coming to coach the Super Eagles? Please give Amuneke the job and allow him to pick his assistants, white or black!
        Stephen Keshi did it in 2013 but he couldn’t achieve the same feat and was subsequently sacked! So asking what Amuneke achieved is insulting. Nigeria is not Tanzania and even at that he qualified them for nations cup which no other ‘white’ coach before him had achieved. We don’t want any foreign element again with strange formation turning our world class striker into a defender!
        A local Ivorian coach defeated a white Nigerian coach in Afcon 2023.
        In 2013 Afcon a local Nigerian coach in Stephen Keshi defeated a white Belgian coach of Boukina Faso. Please allow Amuneke immediately!

  • Why because he is Nigerian?? What have he achieved as a coach. You think coaching under 12 and under 20 is the same as coaching Senior Team????…. You people really want to kill our football right?. Why because Senegal is Using Cisse you think the same will work in Nigeria with all the sentiments Tribalism and Quota in the country?…. Or maybe Nigeria is as disciplined as Senegal in managing their Football if that is the case why is Senegal respecting CHAN and at the same time winning it Cisse does not get confused by Senegal FA or Ex footballers clamouring for Local players in Teranga Lions they are not deluded like we are. Long story short Nigerians and Senegalese are not the same. what works in Senegal does not work in Nigeria. Period!

  • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

    Pitso Mosiame.

  • Herve Reynard or We Poach the Coach from Congo DR

  • Who should replace JJose Peseiro as Super Eagles coach?

    Our best coaching crew to manage our senior national team

    1.Emmanuel Amuneke -Head Coach
    2.Finidi George -First Assistant Coach
    3.Daniel Amokachi -Second Assistant Coach
    4.Michael Nssien-Asssistant Coach/Fitness Trainer
    5.Ndubuisi Egbo -Assistant Coach/Goalkeepers trainer
    6.Vincent Enyeama -Assistant Coach/Goalkeepers trainer

  • Diran 1 month ago

    Sylvanus Okpala will be the best coach for the Super EAGLES. He has tremendous experience working with Stephen Keshi and will do a great job.

  • Omo9ja 1 month ago

    I can’t stop laughing at you, NFF. Do you think you can take Nigerians for a ride?

    Deep down inside you NFF, you people know that you are playing a political game that will backfire soon.

    Why NFF is not capable of running sports in Nigeria? Because they are not capable and unwise to do so.

    They think they know or wise enough to play this game by throwing the position of the Super Eagles coach widely open.

    We have World Cup and Afcon qualifiers in a few months now, and you are doing this? I am deeply weeping for you, Nigeria football Federation.

    I am asking the government of the republic of Nigeria to come to our rescue by scraping the current NFF and appoint ex players of ours from Nigeria here and abroad to form new board members of the NFF

    Hmmm. That said, now, if NFF does not know what to do in a timely manner, here is the solutions.

    No1. Amunike head coach.
    He should be allowed to pick his assistants.

    Amunike can not do it all alone because it is more than what one man can do by himself.

    The new set of NFF will understand this because we have ex players as our new FA. the wisdom, man. Amunike needs those who can read the game and pass the information to him in every match. We have experts in this as Nigerians.

    An adage says, “What we are looking for in sokoto is in our sokoto kę”. Both home and abroad, we have Nigerians who are capable of excelling in these roles tremendously.

    N02. Olofinjana should replace Eguavoen. Abbey Gorge, Mike Obi, Yobo, Segun Odegbami,
    Mutiu Adepoju, Uche Okechukwu, Garba Lawal, Fashanu, Osaze Odewengie, Okocha, and Kanu should be among the new set of the NFF

    CSN, please pass my message to the new minister of sports and Mr. President Tinubu. These are the two people who can do this, not the NFF.

    We have to put an end to corruption and hire foreign coaches. We have people who are overqualified to do these jobs as a Super Eagles coach and as a new set of NFF members. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

  • Sugar Daddy 1 month ago

    For me the NFF should go for Pitso Mosimane. He is good coach and manager. Amuneke doesn’t have what it takes to handle the super eagles…we should stop deceiving ourselves!

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