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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:03 am 
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Nigerian Coach Dies In His Sleep After Complaining Of Heart Aches.

August 4, 2018

A Nigerian football coach identified as Sunny Supremo Chukwu popularly known as ‘Jangaza Supremo’ is dead. According to media reports, the veteran coach who was the Head manager of N-WL1 side, Lamray United F.C, passed away in his sleep early this morning.

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It was gathered that the coach complained of heart aches after training yesterday night before he passed on hours later.

Many football lovers and those who know him have taken to social media to mourn the unfortunate loss.

A sports journalist, Kennedy Onwunali, wrote;

Black Saturday in Enugu Head coach of N-WL1 side, Lamray United F.C, coach Sunny Supremo Chukwu passed away this morning after complaining of heart aches after training yesterday night. May God grant his soul eternal rest.

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Coach Sunny Supremo Chukwu A. K. A Jangaza SUPREMO of N-WL1side, Lamray United F. C. He was instrumental to the shooting to limelight of Nigeria’ all time greatest midfield maestro, Austin Jayjay Okocha.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:31 am 
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Education. Education. Education. Chest pain, retrosternal, particularly radiating to the jaw or left shoulder is as ominous as the pale white horse galloping forthwith. Never something to be slept on, medical attention, even in Nigeria, it such instances, could be life saving.

Mcondolences to the family of the deceased, may there be a lesson learned and awareness from this passing.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 1:10 pm 
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May his soul RIP.
Public education on health matters is really poor in Nigeria.
Someone could have got him to a hospital if they had recognized the signs.

Journalists should be talking about chest pain, not 'heart aches' which isn't helpful.
Just call it what it is.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:35 pm 
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Forever backwards. Opportunity for health promotion, likely to be passed up with the preference being to discuss pathogenesis in terms of enemies and treatment, prayer warriors.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:47 pm 
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For those who grew up in Enugu. They know who I am talking about. The guy I took his name in CE. He dedicated his whole life to football. He discovered and groomed many talents including Jay jay Okocha. May he rest in peace.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:56 pm 
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Supremo, jee nke oma. You were an example of selfless service to the game you love. Your name came to my mind when I signed on to a soccer site. It came natural. You were a student and a coach of great institution of Nike simultaneously. You stayed on as coach even after graduation. In the process coaching great achievers like Okocha brothers, Andrew Uwe and a host of others who went to the top of their footballing careers. At the height of your reign, you made Nike dominant in old Anambra football which resulted in the school representing the country in Cardiff.
Jee nke oma Spremo.

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My condolences.

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I like unsung heroes like this man, Supremo Jaganza. Many cities have similar youth and grassroot coaches who inspire and challenge young talent. They are the real reason Nigeria has become a dominant football power in Africa. R.I.P, Football hero.

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May his soul rest in peace and may the lord comfort his family at their moment of grief.


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Wow, so the end came suddenly. Na real wa. May your soul be blessed. The hero who groomed the unknown to public gaze. Goodbye, Supremo!!

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:03 pm 
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Janganza wrote:
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For those who grew up in Enugu. They know who I am talking about. The guy I took his name in CE. He dedicated his whole life to football. He discovered and groomed many talents including Jay jay Okocha. May he rest in peace.


You can say that again.., very sad..


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Damunk wrote:
May his soul RIP.
Public education on health matters is really poor in Nigeria.
Someone could have got him to a hospital if they had recognized the signs.

Journalists should be talking about chest pain, not 'heart aches' which isn't helpful.
Just call it what it is.


do you have a role? since you are talking. I guess what you are saying is that we need to start holding each other responsible, right?

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