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Former Eagles coach, Amuneke appointed coach of Zambia’s Zanaco

Former Super Eagles assistant coach, Emmanuel Amuneke has been appointed new head coach of Zambia Super League side, Zanaco FC.

According to Lusaka Times, Amuneke has agreed to the terms of the deal and is expected in the South African country in the coming days to pen his contract with the club.

Zanaco last won the MTN/FAZ Super League Division in 2016 and came second in 2021. They lost their last league match 1-0 at home on Sunday against Forest Rangers.

Amuneke led Tanzania to break the 39-year jinx after he qualified them for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, and he will be aiming to revive Zanaco who are currently struggling.

Zanaco is currently 9th on the log after winning two matches and losing two.

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