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BY: OLATOYE OLAWALE

Gernot Rohr contract renewal and who should replace the German tactician, if he refuse to agree to the conditions in the new contract renewal, names like Emmanuel Amuneke and Finidi George has spring up based on their European football education qualities.

Amuneke, already established himself, was appointed as Tanzania coach in August 2018 and qualified Taifa Stars to compete in their first Nations Cup since 1980, but failed to progress to the knock-out stages of Egypt 2019, finishing bottom of their group with three defeats.

Amuneke, a former Nigeria and Barcelona player, was the assistant coach when Nigeria won the Fifa U-17 World Cup trophy for a record fourth time in the United Arab Emirates in 2013.

Two years later, he led Nigeria to a fifth U-17 World Cup title in Chile and, revered as a proven youth manager, he was swiftly promoted to coach the U-20 side the Flying Eagles.

Former Nigerian international, Finidi George, was appointed the Youth Team coach of Spanish La Liga side, Mallorca, he had taken time out to serve as an intern coach at Dutch side, FC Zwolle on the way to earning a coaching badge.

Finidi, has learnt so much about the psychological aspects of coaching, he believes playing is about following up on instructions.

He also believe that to be a coach it's totally a different job, he has enough knowledge, but to translate it to the pitch, that's something else and feel he knows what is wrong with Nigerian football.

The future will tell whether George can go on to successfully implement his ideas and can carve out a coaching career that will match his playing career.

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Tobi Adepoju, Media Officer
National u15 Future Eagles 
Speaking with other fellow gentlemen of the press and passionate football fans proved that, Gernot Rohr still remain the best man for the Job, based on bringing love and unity to the team.

Tobi Adepoju, the Media Officer of the National u15 team made this known on twitter, "Finidi George should start with the Future Eagles, he should combine the U13 and U15 teams.OK

" What has Finidi done with his badge? In Europe, he has been doing stuff with kids and youth players. So, why must he coach the Super Eagles? You think that party that came early for Oliseh would come always for other UEFA badge coach?

" You don't start from the top at such level, the level will swallow him, exactly what happened to Oliseh. Even Arteta and co learned through the ranks. That mistake won't happen again. He should apply for the U17 job.

And for Amuneke, are you sure Amuneke is still a coach? In Egypt, he's now an Administrator because you don't abandon your first love of coaching when you are not tired.

Oluwatosin Adeniji
According to Oluwatosin Adeniji, Co - Owner of www.Sports247.com.ng a sport websites making waves in the Nigeria sports industry said, " Finidi desires the youth team for proper football education for the players and it's not by force he should coach the Super Eagles team

" And if he feels, he prefers the cadre, why can't we allow him there and for Gernot Rohr Contract renewal, I Can't say anything about him staying or not because I'm not the employer, they should evaluate his performance, and see if he deserves an extension or be removed.

" The NFF technical committee should evaluate his score sheets, they should submit the report to the board for the board to evaluate, these are processes that should be followed, then the ball will be in the court yards of the board to decide the extension of his contract or not, Nobody would work for free in this profession apart from the man coaching Street boys.

Deji Oseni said on twitter, " Finidi George one of a small set of Nigerian coaches who has a UEFA Pro coaching License should Coach U13 & u15 Eagles.

Amuneke is being suggested because he is the Nigerian coach with experience that most resembles Stephen Keshi, I’m not supporting anyone of them though.

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