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The Nigeria Football Federation has appointed former Super Eagles’ defender and captain Joseph Yobo as assistant coach of the team.

He replaces Imama Amapakabo in three-time African champions’ technical crew.



https://punchng.com/breaking-nff-appoin ... ant-coach/

Another report says he replaces Salisu Yusuf...

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Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

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Interesting choice, don't know if Yobo has been involved in coaching since retirement. Hope Rohr is on board with this if he stays on as coach.


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This is good news.


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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.


Nothing else to add.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.


Decisions like this are most times based on whether the main coach is comfortable with the assistant. Just something to keep in mind...

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This horrible shoelace still sleeping his way into top positions why screwing over Nigeria. Cost us lots of matches and then imposed his best friend, Abbey, on us, further screwing us over as his best friend was a sh1t footballer. smh

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

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We are winning the next world cup. Smartest hire ever by the NFF.

CE, lets contribute and buy a plaque to welcome the new head coach.

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ANC wrote:
This is good news.

Why is this good news? Can you please clarify?

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Odas wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

Yobo, it´s Yobo!

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Evil minds plentiful here o. See bad belle in full force.

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1naija wrote:
Evil minds plentiful here o. See bad belle in full force.

You are reaping your bad belle to others :tic:

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fabio wrote:
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Evil minds plentiful here o. See bad belle in full force.

You are reaping your bad belle to others :tic:


So your blaming your bad belle on someone else's bad belle? That's a horrible way to live.

He our next head coach. Anyone that dont like it can start gathering sand to chew when that happens .

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A thoroughbred and dedicated professional who played his club football in five countries, including sterling appearances for Olympique Marseille in the French top flight, Fenerbahce in Turkey and Everton FC in the English Premiership, Joseph Yobo scored several crucial goals for the Super Eagles in important qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations.

who is writing this nonsense in 2020

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Odas wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

If it's politics, he wouldn't get the job. He campaigned openly against Buhari in the 2015 elections.

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Dammy wrote:
Odas wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

If it's politics, he wouldn't get the job. He campaigned openly against Buhari in the 2015 elections.

Come on Dammy, he meant NFF politics (Pinnick). You know, Buhari doesn't interfere with the NFF and other sporting federations.

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fabio wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Odas wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

If it's politics, he wouldn't get the job. He campaigned openly against Buhari in the 2015 elections.

Come on Dammy, he meant NFF politics (Pinnick). You know, Buhari doesn't interfere with the NFF and other sporting federations.


:rotf: :rotf:

The thing pain you well well.

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We are winning the next world cup. Smartest hire ever by the NFF.

CE, lets contribute and buy a plaque to welcome the new head coach.



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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

Apart from Finidi the rest have had their chances.

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fabio wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Odas wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Why? we have Finidi, Amunike, Amokachi, Oliseh that are actual coaches who have invested their time and shown a much stronger interest in coaching. Anyway sha..... Good luck to capt Yobo.

I think politics, or God-fatherism was involved in the appointment of Yabo. As rightly stated; Emir, several ex-player are more qualified than Yabo is and so, deserves ...

If it's politics, he wouldn't get the job. He campaigned openly against Buhari in the 2015 elections.

Come on Dammy, he meant NFF politics (Pinnick). You know, Buhari doesn't interfere with the NFF and other sporting federations.

Unlike a certain GEJ. :lol:

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Odas wrote:
ANC wrote:
This is good news.

Why is this good news? Can you please clarify?



Ghana's chance have just improved :biggrin:


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Great appointment even if it does not work out. Great reasoning at least this will be a path way for ex-internationals.....

Those calling on who deserves it more......NO ONE.....

The assistant coach is there to work for the coach...not takeover. Oliseh, Amokachi, Ammunike all have strong ideas on how to manage their team....they may not agree with going a different direction.

Yobo was a great servant and it is now up to him to knuckle down and “learn” the trade.....NOT Sabotage the coach...

Hopefully, he will bring the Keshi optimism with him to the team and help Rohr when his cowardly nature kicks in...

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