Why Super Eagles’ Job Is The Most Difficult – Peseiro

The immediate past Super Eagles Coach, Jose Peseiro has explained why he believes that coaching the Nigeria senior national team is about the most difficult job for any coach in the world. 

The Portuguese spent 18 months as coach of the team and after leading them to the final of the Africa Cup of Nations he announced he wouldn’t be renewing his contract.

He further turned down the option of extending the deal offered by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) due to a disparity in what the football house proposed as salary and what he wants as his pay.

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Speaking on his time as coach with the Super Eagles, Peseiro said that the job could easily pass as one of the most difficult to have, because of the ever-demanding teeming fans of the team.

It’s not a job for everybody. You really don’t know what to expect at the job. One minute you are doing well and in a flash, another person is questioning how well you are doing. We had our best AFCON performance in 11 years, but we still have people not happy about how we got there. The fans want to win everything and in style. It is a very difficult job,” Peseiro said.

In another report, former Brazilian football star Dani Alves, convicted of rape, faces continued detention as he struggles to meet the one-million-euro bail set by a Barcelona court, extending his stay behind bars until Monday (today)

The court’s unexpected ruling on Wednesday left prosecutors scrambling, as the footballer, who had previously been denied bail due to being deemed a high flight risk since his arrest in January 2023, suddenly found himself facing a different outcome.

Despite being one of the most acclaimed footballers globally, Alves, aged 40, faced a recent conviction for raping a young woman in the VIP bathroom of a Barcelona nightclub on the early morning of December 31, 2022.

Africa Today News, New York

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