Super Eagles: NFF appoints Salisu, Bosso, two others to head male National Teams

The Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has approved the recommendation of its Technical and Development Sub-Committee for the appointment of Salisu Yusuf as the Head Coach of the Super Eagles B (CHAN team) as well as the U23 (Olympics) team.

The NFF confirmed this in a post via its website on Thursday.

Yusuf, who was Head Coach of the Super Eagles B when the team emerged runner-up of the African Nations Championship in Morocco in 2018, will be assisted by Coaches, Kennedy Boboye, Fatai Osho, Fidelis Ikechukwu and Abubakar Bala Mohammed; Ike Shorounmu (Goalkeepers’ Trainer) and Suleiman Shuaibu (Goalkeepers’ Trainer 2) and Eboboritse Uwejamomere (Match Analyst).

In other appointments, Ladan Bosso keeps his position as Head Coach of the U20 male team.

Bosso will be assisted by coaches, Fatai Amao, Oladuni Oyekale, Jolomi Attune Alli, and Baruwa Olatunji Abideen (Goalkeepers’ Trainer)

For the U17 male team, Nduka Ugbade was named Head Coach of the Golden Eaglets.

Ugbade will be assisted by coaches, Ahmad Lawal Dankoli, Omoniyi Haruna Ilerika, Yemi Daniel, and; Mohammed Nasiru Isah (Goalkeepers’ Trainer).

For the U13/15 male team, Patrick Bassey will be Head Coach and will work with assistant coaches Abdullahi Tyabo Umar, Mohammed Kalli Kachalla, Ifeanyi Uba, Mohammed Kwairanga and; Abubakar Abdullahi (Goalkeepers’ Trainer).

The NFF also disclosed that a new Head Coach for the Super Eagles will be announced and officially unveiled once the processes for his engagement and contract signing are concluded.

The NFF Executive Committee has also approved the recommendation of the Technical & Development Sub-Committee for the new Head Coach to work with Coach Salisu Yusuf (whenever he is available from Super Eagles B/U23 Team duties) as 1st Assistant. Former Nigeria international Finidi George will be 2nd Assistant, with Usman Abdallah as 3rd Assistant. Eboboritse Uwejamomere will be the Match Analyst and another former Nigeria international, Ike Shorounmu will be the Goalkeepers’ Trainer.

This is coming one week after the Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) had mandated the federation’s sub-committees to “within the next five days” recommend a new coaching crew for the Super Eagles.

Facebook Comments Box

Check Also

Super Falcons Head Coach, Randy Waldrum Confident Ahead Olympic Qualifiers with Cameroon

Super Falcons Head Coach, Randy Waldrum has expressed confidence ahead of today’s clash against the …