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‘He’s calm’ – Fuludu advises NFF on who to appoint as Super Eagles coach

By admin Mar 23, 2024
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Edema Fuludu, ex-Nigerian international, has urged the Nigerian Football Federation, NFF, to offer interim Super Eagles coach, George Finidi, the senior national team job on a permanent basis.

Recall that Jose Peseiro vacated the post after leading Nigeria to the final of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, tournament in Côte d’Ivoire which the Super Eagles lost 2-1 against the host.

The NFF then appointed Finidi to temporarily take charge of the Super Eagles for their friendlies against Ghana and Mali.

However, speaking with NAN on Saturday, Fuludu said with the Super Eagles 2-1 victory over the Black Stars of Ghana in a friendly match on Friday, Finidi has shown that he is the right man for the job.

According to him, the leadership of NFF should look within the shores of Nigeria in the appointment of a new gaffer for the Super Eagles.

“Finidi is calm, composed and have coaching qualifications to handle the team perfectly,” he said.

“As far as am concerned he is not someone that can be easily influenced.

“He is capable of handling the players having understudied the former foreign coach Jose Peseiro.

“I have been saying it that employing indigenous coach for Super Eagles will bring the best out of the our national players because he will understand the team more than the foreigners,” he added.

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