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Babangida tells NFF one clause that must be added to contract of Super Eagles’ new coach


Former Nigerian international, Tijani Babangida, has told the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, one clause that must be added to the contract of the Super Eagles’ new coach.

Recall that the NFF had announced a few days ago that Augustine Eguavoen stepped down from his role as interim coach of the Super Eagles following Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after losing to the Black Stars of Ghana last month.

The NFF is currently in the process of searching for a new coach that will manage Nigeria’s national team.

The NFF is close to appointing former Cameroon head coach, Antonio Conceicao, to take charge of the national team.

And Babangida wants the NFF to include a contract that will ensure the new Super Eagles’ coach lives in Nigeria and watch the local league.

“At this moment, they [NFF] have already made up their mind to bring a foreign coach,” Babangida told reporters on Wednesday.

“It should be in his contract that he must stay in Nigeria and watch games in the Nigeria Professional Football League,” he added.

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