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Amuneke, Eguavoen or Finidi: Who will lead the Super Eagles against Ghana and Mali in Morocco?

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The Super Eagles of Nigeria are currently without a coach following the expiration of Jose Peseiro’s contract with the Nigeria Football Federation, Soccernet.ng reports.

Meanwhile, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations champions are slated to tackle the Black Stars of Ghana and Mali in Marrakech, Morocco, later this month.

With the NFF recently announcing the opening of the coaching role for the Super Eagles of Nigeria, there has been no communication on who will take up the job with less than 13 days until their first friendly clash since the 2023 AFCON tournament.

Soccernet.ng understands that the Technical Director of the NFF, Augustine Eguavoen, is expected to step into the role of caretaker manager pending the appointment of a new coach by the football body.

Meanwhile, reports also reveal that former Ajax forward, Finidi George, will still be part of the coaching staff for the 73-year rivalry clash between Nigeria and Ghana, as well as Mali.

Soccernet.ng earlier reported that Emmanuel Amuneke has applied for the role of the Super Eagles, and multiple sources have revealed that the Nigerian Football Body has taken steps to discuss terms and conditions with him.

The best candidate suited for the role has not been declared by the NFF, but it is widely known that a local coach is anticipated to lead the Super Eagles of Nigeria on a permanent basis.

N.B: Who do you think the Nigeria Football Federation should appoint as the next coach of the Super Eagles? Leave your comments below.

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