After AFCON Failure, Super Eagles Offer David Moyes Bumper Contract

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Super Eagles Offer David Moyes Bumper Contract – The Super Eagles of Nigeria have offered former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes a bumper contract to coach the team.

Interim coach Samson Siasia had failed to secure victory over Egypt over 2 legs, meaning the Super Eagles would miss the continental showpiece for the 2nd time running.

The Eagles, who last hired a foreign coach when they signed Lars Lagerback in 2010, are hoping that Moyes will be the man to restore the national team to its previous glory.

According to an NFF source, Moyes was offered a mouth-watering deal worth over $7 million a month, and is said to be contemplating the deal. When asked why he hadn’t accepted or rejected the deal, he said: “I’m not ready to be fighting mosquitoes but my wife will beat me if I turn down that kind of money, so I’m still thinking about it.”

See the photo of the contract below!

Super Eagles Offer David Moyes Bumper Contract
Super Eagles Offer David Moyes Bumper Contract
Wana

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