Coach Imama Amapakabo who led Enugu Rangers to their first league title in 32 years on Sunday will be joining the Super Eagles camp in Abuja on Monday, officials of the national team have stated.
Amapakabo is one of the indigenous coaches assisting Nigeria’s Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr.
The Rangers Coach who will be bringing his unique winning aura to the Super Eagles camp in Abuja.
Meanwhile, Rohr and some of his other technical assistants on Sunday landed in the Federal Capital, Abuja, as preparations kicked off for next week’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Zambia in Ndola.
France-based Rohr, who has now been provided with accommodation in Abuja by the Nigeria Football Federation, jetted into town aboard an Air France flight in company of technical assistant Jean Luc Royer and video analyst Nabil Trabelsi.
The Super Eagles’ backroom staff were early birds at the team’s Bolton White Hotel and Apartments in Abuja, with Chief Coach Salisu Yusuf expected on Sunday evening.
The clash between the Super Eagles and the Chipolopolo is fixed for Sunday, October 9.
The kickoff time is 2.30 p.m. Zambia time (1.30 p.m. Nigeria) on Sunday.
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