I’m ready to manage in NPFL, Says Dombraye

I’m ready to manage in NPFL, Says Dombraye

Former Nigerian youth international, Eddy Lord Dombraye says he’s ready to consider offers from Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club after he successfully completed his UEFA coaching badges.

Dombraye, 39, played in Nigeria with Iwuanyanwu Nationale and Bendel Insurance before moving to Europe in 1998 and played in Poland, Serbia, Ukraine before quitting the game.


The Nigeria 99 World Youths Championship Star who recently added UEFA A + B License to the UEFA C Licence he earned in 2016, said he’s ready to offer his experience to any ambitious domestic club.


“I think I’m ready to come back home and coach any of the top teams in the NPFL,” He started.


“I have two UEFA coaching licenses now and currently, I’m attached to the youth team of FC Arsenal Kyiv here in Ukraine but it is my strong desire to come down to coach in Nigeria in other to contribute my quota to the growth of the NPFL.”


The former Bendel Insurance of Benin and Iwuayanwu Nationale striker further said he was impressed with the calibre of young coaches presently with several NPFL side, adding he was ready for the rough and tumble job.


“I love everything about coaching and I know there is a world of difference between coaching in Africa and Europe but what counts at the end of the day is the result,” insists Dombraye who recently marked his 39th anniversary on November 11.


The WAFU Cup and CAF Cup winner with Bendel Insurance in 1993 and 1994 respectively said he loves the new generation of Nigerian coaches and will join the growing list.


“ I have solid experience playing back home in Nigeria before going to Europe and I’m very impressed with what the likes of Fidelis Ilechukwu did with MFM as well as what Kennedy Boboye and Imama Amapakabo did respectively with Plateau United and Rangers by winning the NPFL title.


“I will like to replicate that with any other club and that should tell anybody the kind of mentality that I’m coming back with and I want a chance with any ambitious side.


“ I’ve had one or two offers from Nigeria but they are not the kind of clubs I would like to work with; I’m an ambitious person and I want to work with a club that can match my ambition,”. Dombraye concluded.

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