Former Super Eagles defender, Godwin Okpara believes that the Golden Eaglets coach Fatai Amoo can still turn things around at the ongoing U17 nations cup qualifiers in Lome Togo.
Okpara said that the U17 is a very difficult stage of football and Fatai Amoo needs some time as he is relatively new to the side.
“U-17 is a very tough job, and we have a new coach there who needed more time, the first team had issues with MRI prior to the competition.
“It is obviously a rough road for him and I believe that he can still do something looking at the players we have, they are a very young team”.
“I believe they can still amend some things in the team again and come out from the situation they are now,” he said.
The Golden Eaglets has played two matches at the ongoing WAFU B tournament – drew one against Black Starlets of Ghana and lost to Ivory Coast by a lone goal.
Big money earner and five time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo has turned down a multi-mi...READ MORE
After his scintillating first season at Liverpool, the Egyptian has gone on to become a domestic, Eu...READ MORE
Former Nigerian goalkeeper and assistant coach of the Super Eagles, Joe Erico is dead. Joe...READ MORE
National 3×3 Basketball assistant coach Christopher Oko has charged the Nigeria Basketball Fed...READ MORE
Former Ajax and Super Eagles forward George Finidi believes that criticisms will reduce drastically...READ MORE
Tottenham have overtaken their London rivals Arsenal on the list of the Europe’s most valuable...READ MORE
Quadri Aruna and Olajide Omotayo are among the top African stars listed for the first official event...READ MORE
Manchester United are a step closer to potential transfer of Real Madrid misfit Martin Odegaard afte...READ MORE
Former Nigeria international Odion Ighalo is preparing to bid farewell to Manchester United with his...READ MORE
The English Football Association are in the driving seat for promising goalkeeper Brian Okonkwo. &n...READ MORE