How I Became Big Coach In Thailand; Nigeria Job My Dream

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Adebayo Gbadebo, 46, is the current coach of Suphanburi FC, a Premier League club in Thailand. A former Flying Eagles defender under James Peters (1991-1992), Gbadebo went on to play for the Nigeria’s U-23 Olympic team in the early stages of the buildup to the 1996 Olympic Games qualifiers. He says Stationery Stores was his childhood club. After three seasons with the Flaming Flamingoes (199-1993), Gbadebo began his career abroad with a move to Lebanon where he penned a deal with Al Bourrj (1994-98), then to BEC Tero Sasana of Thailand (1998-99). After an illustrious career in Thailand and Indonesia, the former Nigeria junior international called time on his career and took to coaching in 2007 after obtaining his Pro License Coaching badge, starting with Bangkok Christian International SC (2007-2009).

In this exclusive interview with Complete Sports’ SAB OSUJI, Gbadebo also reveals interesting details about his world of football – his achievements and new ambition, and the…



Source: Complete Sports