Abuja - The Nigeria Football Federation has reeled out the
targets they have set before the new Nigeria coach, following the official
unveiling of Sunday Oliseh as the new Super Eagles coach.
Speaking on the targets set before Oliseh, second Vice
President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Shehu Dikko said one of the
expectations that they have of Oliseh is for him to qualify and get to at least
the semifinal of the Africa Cup of Nations, as well as using the CHAN
tournament to discover and develop home based players.
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“One of the targets we have for is to use the CHAN
competition as a developmental process to discover home based players that can
feature in the main Super Eagles team.
“The second mandate is for to qualify for the Africa Cup of
Nations and at least get to the semifinal of the competition.
“And the third mandate is for him to qualify us for the
World Cup and see how we can get to the quarterfinals and once he can achieve
this, there is a clause that says the contract will be reviewed with the chance
of extending it,” Dikko said.
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