I Am Not Desperate For Eagles Job – Amuneke


1996 Olympic gold medalist, Emmanuel Amuneke, has said that although he would love to coach the Super Eagles if given the opportunity, he was not desperate for the job.

Amuneke’s submission is coming on the heel of the reported invitation of the Portuguese, Jose Mourinho, for contract discussions and signing.

Amuneke, a former Super Eagles player, said this while addressing newsmen in Owerri on Tuesday.

The former Nigeria U-17 national team coach and former coach of the Tanzania national team said the job of coaching Nigeria’s national team should be given on merit and to whoever has the interest of football and Nigeria at heart.

He further said he would support anyone qualified to handle the affairs of the Super Eagles.

The Spain-based former striker, who played for Sporting Lisbon football club in Portugal and Barcelona football club, expressed confidence that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) would eventually appoint the ideal coach for the Super Eagles top job.


Eighteen-Eleven Media 

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