May 20, 2024

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Fans to decide on destiny of Nigeria mentor Jose Peseiro

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Nigeria Football League president Ibrahim Gusau says fans will choose the eventual fate of Jose Peseiro as the nation’s mentor.

Peseiro’s one-year agreement abandons June 30.

Gusau said the NFF would coordinate an exceptional survey for allies to choose if the 63-year-old Peseiro, who has won four and lost five matches responsible for the Super Birds, stays or goes.

“We have the arrangement to push the votes to Nigerians to hear their perspectives and contemplations,” Gusau told a Nigerian public broadcast on Saturday.

during the Portugal v Nigeria game at Alvalade Arena, Lisbon | Photograph Credit: Rodrigo Antunes/REUTERS

Nigeria Football League president Ibrahim Gusau says fans will choose the fate of Jose Peseiro as the nation’s mentor.

Peseiro’s one-year agreement abandons June 30.

Gusau said the NFF would sort out a unique survey for allies to choose if the 63-year-old Peseiro, who has won four and lost five matches responsible for the Super Hawks, stays or goes.

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“We have the arrangement to push the votes to Nigerians to hear their perspectives and contemplations,” Gusau told a Nigerian public broadcast on Saturday.

“We’ve attempted the unfamiliar mentors and furthermore the neighborhood mentors.”

“Perhaps we didn’t get it directly in that frame of mind of getting the perfect individual. We will push it to general society, whether we ought to go on with Peseiro or he ought to go,” he said.

The survey to be directed through phone will create truly necessary assets for the NFF, who are confronting a monetary emergency that has implied they owe the Falcons mentor a while’s pay.

Peseiro is on a month to month compensation of $70,000.

He has qualified Nigeria for the 2023 African Cup of Countries following a 3-2 win away against Sierra Leone this month.

Nonetheless, Nigerians are not persuaded he is the man to lead the country to mainland magnificence at the Countries Cup one year from now in the Ivory Coast.

His group choices have been addressed, the three-time African bosses actually depend on the singular splendor of top stars Victor Osimhen and Samuel Chukwueze, and he has lost more matches than he has won.

Previous worldwide Kadiri Ikhana, who drove Enyimba FC to win the 2003 CAF Champions Association, said Peseiro anily affects the Super Hawks this previous year.

“The young men actually play exclusively, there is no strategic play in this group,” Ikhana remarked.

“The credit for the capability to the Countries Cup ought to go to the players, not the mentor.

“A Nigerian mentor ought to be responsible for the group.”

Another ex-worldwide Victor Ezeji contended that Peseiro ought to be permitted to lead the group to the Africa Cup in January and after which his destiny ought to be chosen.

“The man ought to be given a momentary agreement after he qualified us for the AFCON,” he said.

“Allow him to lead us to the AFCON and afterward we choose his future after that.”

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