Sunshine Stars FC of Akure on Tuesday named former super Eagles instruct, Austin Eguavoen as its new supervisor.
Eguavoen last coached a specific staff of the Nigeria professional football League (NPFL) U-17 on a playing tour of Johannesburg, South Africa in March, 2017.
The team led by way of him from Nigeria participated in a 7-day football tournament organised through “the future Champions’’.
“The workforce was made up of 20 gamers selected by using the guidance crew led via Eguavoen with former U-thirteen national group train Danladi Nasidi with Emeka Amadi as the goalkeepers’ trainer as assistants.
Eguavoen commenced his career with ACB FC in Lagos prior to shifting to Gent in 1986. He then went on to play for okay.V. Kortrijk, CD Ourense, Sacramento Scorpions, Torpedo Moscow.
He thereafter hanged his boot within the tiny state of Malta with Sliema Wanderers.
Eguavoen, a distinguished member of the tremendous Eagles was a member of the Nigeria squad that qualified for the usa’s first ever World Cup in 1994.
He gained the African nations Cup in Tunisia comparable 12 months.
Eguavoen started out his instruction career in Malta with Sliema Wanderers, in 2000/2001 season and guided the club to a 2d place finish in 2008/2009 season.
He took the primary native league appointment at Enyimba international FC of Aba, however quit after, major them to a third position finish in the league and profitable the Federation Cup.
Eguavoen later coached Sharks FC, Bendel insurance coverage, Nigeria nationwide League (NNL) facet COD United and Gombe United FC.
He was once appointed Head educate of the Nigeria nationwide U-23 football workforce in August 2010.
He, alternatively, did not stable the qualification for the 2012 London Olympic games as they have been knocked out within the crew stage.
NAN experiences that prior, Sunshine Stars Beat Akure city 2-zero to e-book a spot in the semi-finals of the continuing Ondo Federation Cup.
the 2 targets had been scored through Thomas Adesina and Sunday Oluwadamilare. The crew has now certified for the semi-finals. (NAN)