Emmanuel Amunike has said he’s open to working with the Nigeria Football Federation in the future.
Amunike is a member of the Super Eagles technical crew that was disengaged by the NFF, after the team failed to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
In a chat with www.brila.net, Amunike stated,that he’s disappointed with how things panned out, but he’s open to working with the Federation in the future.
“Nigerians demanded for me to come and work with the team, if not I wouldn’t have come and what happened was unfortunate,” the former Super Eagles head Coach said.
“The fans are entitled to the opinion and their reaction is normal after what happened. I don’t have any problem honoring the call of my country and in future I will do the same, if I’m called upon.
“We don’t have to trade blames, because what happened has happened and we just have to forget ahead and look for how to bring our team back. Nigerians are passionate about football and they deserve the very best,” He told BRL.
The former Flying Eagles boss also revealed he was ready to sign official contract with the NFF before the team lost to Ghana.
“Contract was given to me and I haven’t signed it for some reasons. We have to study the terms and conditions, but then it’s what it is, things have gone that way and we have to move on,” he concluded.
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