Nigeria’s Super Eagles coach Austin Eguavoen, the Super Eagles’ team coach, has resigned.
Following Nigeria’s inability to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, a source in the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) told Blueprint that he opted to resign.
Between November and December 2022, Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup.
According to reports, Austin Eguavoen has already handed to the NFF, his resignation letter.
Although the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) is yet to release an official statement to notify the public of his resignation.
It can be recalled that the country had failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after a home draw with Ghana on Tuesday.
Some of the reaction culled bvelow:
A user wrote: “The right step. Though, another setback to his profile. He shouldn’t take up Eagle’s job again. Amuneke can take over so as to have his own share of ordeals. And probably, things may be much better in the country in his own time.“
Another wrote: “Failure upon failure!Augustine, should go along with his management team. technically, he is not qualified. The disgrace was beyond anyone’s imagination. In short, Augustine and his cohorts should be charged for incompetent”
Another wrote: “Good decision. If you can’t deliver on the mandate, honourable resign. Leadership is not a matter of position but of functionality.“
Another wrote: “Infact, not only him should go.Let some old school of super chicken using football age along with their godfather and godmother leave honourably.”