Nigeria Need a Foreign Coach: Jo Bonfere

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Former Super Eagles Manager, Bonfere Jo has once again raised the issue of foreing management for the super eagles, as he told reporters that the NFF should consider looking outside the shores of Nigeria for its next manager.

Bonfere Jo coached the under 23s of Nigeria to Olympic gold in 1996 feels the NFF have to hire a foreign manager if they are to return to the summit of African football. I think the NFF need to hire a foreign coach to take charge of the Super Eagles,” Bonfrere told “The Super Eagles have failed to make much impact since they won the African Cup of Nations in 2013 and it has to do with the inability of the coaches to take the team to new heights.” The NFF fired Keshi on Saturday for not being committed to fulfilling the federation’s objectives.

Do you think we need a foreing manager after Berti Vogts and Lars Lagerbach both failed woefully as super eagles managers?

Ola BlaQ

Ola BlaQ

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  1. I really don’t care where the coach is from. What I want is the best coach that will get the Eagles back to glory and success in the world cup. He could be a Nigerian or a non Nigerian. He will just be a football coach, not the President of Nigeria, Governor of a state, an Emir or Oba…….simly a football coach!

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