According to Dennis Erezi of TheGuardian, Augustine Eguavoen has stepped down as the manager of Nigeria’s Super Eagles, days after the group neglected to qualify officially for the 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar.
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) General Secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi in a proclamation said the two-year agreement proposed to Eguavoen has been removed.
“Following the disappointment of the Super Eagles of Nigeria to meet all requirements for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the recent Technical Adviser, Augustine Eguavoen has resigned from that job with prompt impact,” Sanusi said.
“The NFF has meanwhile removed the two-and-a large portion of the year’s agreement offered the mentors and ended the arrangement of the whole specialized group of the group with quick impact.”
Sanusi said “another team will be reported after a legitimate audit to lead the new charge of revitalizing the Super Eagles to confront future difficulties fittingly.
“We thank the mentors and group authorities for their support of the country and wish them progress in their future undertakings.”