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Amuneke thanks NFF for support

15 November 2015, 18:02

Abuja - Golden Eaglets coach Emmanuel Amuneke has thanked the Nigeria Football Federation for its support following the FIFA U17 World Cup win.

The former Super Eagles coach led the Nigerian U17's to an unprecedented 5th FIFA U17 World Cup title in Chile, and says he owes a lot to the support he received from the Glass House.

"I have to thank the Nigeria Football Federation for its support all through the process," he said.

Also read: Amuneke speaks on U17 World Cup win

"Right from when we started till the day we won the World Cup, I have enjoyed their tremendous support and I have to thank them for that. We had good preparations for the competition and played quality friendly games which helped shape us and in a grateful for that," he said.

The former FC Barcelona of Spain winger has since been told to continue as the Golden Eaglets coach, but when asked what his immediate plans are, here is what he had to say:

"I just want to rest for now. Spend some time with my family and see how it goes. Of course I'm happy to have been given the opportunity to continue as the U17 coach, but we have no more engagements for now, so I will take the time to rest," he added.



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