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Amodu Shuaibu says he won’t have problems working with Keshi

30 June 2015, 10:41

Abuja - New Nigerian football National Technical Director, Amodu Shuaibu has promised he will have a good working relationship with Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi, amidst suggestions there could be a clash of duties between both of them.

Speaking immediately after his appointment was confirmed, Amodu says he won’t have any problems with Keshi or with any of the other national team coaches.

“I don’t think there will be a problem with that one. We are all here to work for Nigerian football and for the development of Nigerian football.

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“So I don’t think there should be a problem between me and Keshi or any other Nigerian coach for that matter,” Amodu told News24.

Speaking further, the 57-year old also set some targets for himself as he begins his new phase as the National Technical Director.

“My target will be to work for the development of Nigerian football, vis-à-vis all the national teams.

“I will work with the U17’s to the top, whatever inputs we can give, directly or indirectly in terms of technical expertise, we will do to ensure that all the coaches get what they deserve to get in terms of technical support that will bring the best out of their responsibilities,” Amodu said.

- News24


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