Former Super Eagles striker, Victor Okechukwu Agali took his time to explain how he manages his time in his two big roles today on Brila FM’s Center Circle with Anthony Bekederemo and Ifeanyi Udeze.
Agali, who was appointed as the Super Eagles scout in 2017 ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Russia later in the summer added up another big role in managing an NNL side, Delta Force in January.
Having resumed duty as the Eagles scout under Coach Gernot Rohr, Agali explained that his scouting duties required him to travel a lot, moving from training camps to academies, and He will be heading to Germany in February ahead of the International friendly scheduled for March.
Meanwhile, his Coaching duty with the NNL side, Delta force does not require him to travel a lot, but due to his passion for coaching, he is ready to give his time outside scouting to work for Delta Force.
The 39-year-old ex-International is also optimistic about gaining promotion to the Nigeria professional football league with Delta Force.
The Delta Force job is the first major coaching assignment for Agali, who called time on his eventful playing career in 2010 after lacing boots for Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Sainty, netting five times in 17 games.
Agali, whose playing career starting at Jegede Babes in 1995 prior to signing his first professional contract with defunct NITEL United, also plied his trade at top European clubs, Marseille, Toulon, Hansa Rostock, Schalke 04, Nice, Kayseri Erciyesspor, Ankaragücü, Hansa Rostock, Skoda Xanthi, Anorthosis Famagusta, and Levadiakos.
Agali has a short but remarkable international career, scoring five goals in 12 outings with the Super Eagles between 2000 and 2004.
Meanwhile, Delta Force, who play their home games at Jay Jay Okocha Stadium, recently commenced preparations for 2018 season at the Squash and Leisure Court Government House, Asaba.
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