Super Eagles Job: NFF Looks In Herve Renard’s Direction 


THE Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is reportedly considering Herve Renard, the former coach of Zambia and Ivory Coast, as the potential new coach for the Super Eagles.

Herve Renard is no stranger to African football, having achieved remarkable success with both Zambia and Ivory Coast. He led Zambia to a historic victory in the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, and later guided Ivory Coast to the same title in 2015. Renard’s tactical acumen, ability to inspire players, and track record of success make him a highly sought-after coach.

If appointed as the new Super Eagles coach, Herve Renard would bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the team. His knowledge of African football and his ability to develop and motivate players could potentially propel the Super Eagles to greater heights.

The NFF’s interest in Herve Renard demonstrates their commitment to finding a coach who can lead the Nigerian national team to success.


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