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Former Super Eagles midfielder named new national team coach

Former captain of the Golden Eaglets, Nduka Ugbade has been named the new coach of the Nigerian U-17.

The NFF in a statement on Thursday revealed that the recommendations of the federation’s technical and development sub-committee has been followed.

Former assistant coach of the Super Eagles, Salisu Yusuf has been named as coach of the CHAN team while Ladan Bosso has been given the Flying Eagles job.

Yusuf will work with Kennedy Boboye, Fatai Osho, Abubakar Bala Mohammed, Fidelis Ilechukwu, Eboboritse Uwejamomere (Match Analyst) and Ike Shorounmu (Goalkeepers’ Trainer) and Suleiman Shuaibu (Goalkeepers’ Trainer 2).

In the U-20, Bosso will work with Fatai Amoo, Oladuni Oyekale, Jolomi Atunne Alli, and Baruwa Olatunji Abideen (Goalkeepers Trainer).

Ugbade, who previously worked with the U-17 as an assistant coach will work with Omoniyi Haruna Ilerika (Assistant Coach); Yemi Daniel (Assistant Coach) and; Mohammed Nasiru Isah (Goalkeepers’ Trainer).

The national U13/15 Boys known as Future Eagles will have Patrick Bassey as Head Coach and will work with Abdullahi Tyabo Umar (Assistant Coach); Mohammed Kalli Kachalla (Assistant Coach); Ifeanyi Uba (Assistant Coach); Alh. Mohammed Kwairanga (Assistant Coach) and; Abubakar Abdullahi (Goalkeepers’ Trainer).

The NFF also approved the recommendation of the sub committees in issues concerning the appointment of assistant coaches for the Super Eagles.

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