The Nigeria Football Federation is considering the possibility of appointing Augustine Eguavoen permanent Super Eagles coach, reports Completesports.com.
Eguavoen was named to the post last month in an interim capacity after the NFF fired former coach Gernot Rohr on the eve of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
The NFF later appointed Portuguese Jose Peseiro as the new head coach of the three-time African champions.
Peseiro is expected to take charge of the team after the AFCON finals in Cameroon.
Eguavoen put himself in the frame for the job after guiding the Super Eagles to three successive wins in Cameroon.
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“He is not in Cameroon because we have not signed a contract with him yet,” a member of the NFF executive council who does not want to be named, told ESPN.
“If he had signed a contract, he would have definitely been in Cameroon as planned.”
“We are managing the public trust. So we…
Source: Complete Sports