Lagerback ‘turns’ his back on Eagles

Published 9 years ago by: Daniel Bosai
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at 09:13 PM, 15/07/2010 (9 years ago)

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Indications have surfaced that Eagles manager at the 2010 World Cup, Lars Lagerback might have walked away from his 200, 000 dollars (about N30.1m) a-month job.


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The Swede flew back to his country after South Korea knocked out the Eagles on June 22. He went on a two weeks break according to Nigeria Football Federation officials, but the holiday period has passed over by a week, yet there is no world from Lagerback. His six months contract is due to expire this month.

It was gathered that Lagerback who promised Nigeria a semi-final ticket has not communicated to the NFF his next line of action even as the federation awaits the contract extension offer made to him.

Besides, the changes made recently at the NFF when the president, Sani Lulu, his vice Amanze Uchegbulam and Technical committee chairman, Taiwo Ogunjobi were impeached has unsettle Lagerback, it was learnt. The sacked NFF trio threw their weight behind Lagerback despite the poor result in South Africa.

“We haven’t heard from him. All I can say is that Austin Eguaveon is taking charge of the team till a decision is taken,” said a member of the NFF technical committee in Abuja.

Lagerback who was paid his salary up front during his short spell, had suggested in South Africa that Nigeria and indeed other African countries, should try home grown coaches if they are to succeed at the global soccer fiesta.

He recommended that Nwankwo Kanu should consider coaching adding that the Eagles captain will be an excellent coach for the Eagles.

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Ucynice at 09:54 PM, 15/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Ok now for lagerback. but why ?? (Austin Eguaveon).  Make una check the thing well oooohhhhh
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dally007 at 10:01 PM, 15/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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I hope is not true ..but if it's ..He gave NFF some good advice to look into.
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aliaaz at 10:11 PM, 15/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Hehehehe.

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nice9ija at 10:30 PM, 15/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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good advise to nff........papilo is the right man
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popo2009 at 12:30 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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I said it before Lagerback is Insane
NFF is a bunch of Dirty c*@ts.....after conspiring and dumped
the country, now he is talking ''bla bla bla''
why didnt he say all these before the World Cup...,phyuk Him
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ajanni at 08:35 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: nametalkam on 09:13 PM, 15/07/2010
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Indications have surfaced that Eagles manager at the 2010 World Cup, Lars Lagerback might have walked away from his 200, 000 dollars (about N30.1m) a-month job.


lagerback

The Swede flew back to his country after South Korea knocked out the Eagles on June 22. He went on a two weeks break according to Nigeria Football Federation officials, but the holiday period has passed over by a week, yet there is no world from Lagerback. His six months contract is due to expire this month.

It was gathered that Lagerback who promised Nigeria a semi-final ticket has not communicated to the NFF his next line of action even as the federation awaits the contract extension offer made to him.

Besides, the changes made recently at the NFF when the president, Sani Lulu, his vice Amanze Uchegbulam and Technical committee chairman, Taiwo Ogunjobi were impeached has unsettle Lagerback, it was learnt. The sacked NFF trio threw their weight behind Lagerback despite the poor result in South Africa.

“We haven’t heard from him. All I can say is that Austin Eguaveon is taking charge of the team till a decision is taken,” said a member of the NFF technical committee in Abuja.

Lagerback who was paid his salary up front during his short spell, had suggested in South Africa that Nigeria and indeed other African countries, should try home grown coaches if they are to succeed at the global soccer fiesta.

He recommended that Nwankwo Kanu should consider coaching adding that the Eagles captain will be an excellent coach for the Eagles.

He is a very stupid foolish and useless man as well , so of all the talented indigenous coaches we have in the country , that mad man is now sugesting we make use a yet to be coach so that we continues going backward , idiot
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mat-James at 09:55 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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waw, after all a black nigger (Coach Austin) will eat the money the white puppy (Coach Lagerfront) should have taken.
Up NFF, a place to loot our wealth, and enjoy life by some fools in the country.
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ajanni at 10:17 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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i can understand all this foolishness, at one time , they said samson sia sia , the hopeless man sugested kanu and now they come up with Austin --- backward ever and forward never
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sweetgift at 10:21 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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that's a good advice he gave! we Nigerian so much believe in white that we don't value what we have. its high time we start making use of what we have  Huh?
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ogoobaby at 11:55 AM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Just looking at his face *Lagerback* One can easily see that he doesn´t have the Success of Super Eagles and the Success of our country in his heart. His a big ASHLOCK!
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Bouncingbaby at 12:03 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Why worrying ourselves he is not good enough for our team... Even if NFF like, let them employ foreign coach or indigenous coach, what i am after is good result and disciplined. We need people who are after the achievement of success and not only after money. Let the right thing be done at the right time by the right person.
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cyril4christ at 12:05 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Quote from: ajanni on 08:35 AM, 16/07/2010
Quote from: nametalkam on 09:13 PM, 15/07/2010
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Indications have surfaced that Eagles manager at the 2010 World Cup, Lars Lagerback might have walked away from his 200, 000 dollars (about N30.1m) a-month job.


lagerback

The Swede flew back to his country after South Korea knocked out the Eagles on June 22. He went on a two weeks break according to Nigeria Football Federation officials, but the holiday period has passed over by a week, yet there is no world from Lagerback. His six months contract is due to expire this month.

It was gathered that Lagerback who promised Nigeria a semi-final ticket has not communicated to the NFF his next line of action even as the federation awaits the contract extension offer made to him.

Besides, the changes made recently at the NFF when the president, Sani Lulu, his vice Amanze Uchegbulam and Technical committee chairman, Taiwo Ogunjobi were impeached has unsettle Lagerback, it was learnt. The sacked NFF trio threw their weight behind Lagerback despite the poor result in South Africa.

“We haven’t heard from him. All I can say is that Austin Eguaveon is taking charge of the team till a decision is taken,” said a member of the NFF technical committee in Abuja.

Lagerback who was paid his salary up front during his short spell, had suggested in South Africa that Nigeria and indeed other African countries, should try home grown coaches if they are to succeed at the global soccer fiesta.

He recommended that Nwankwo Kanu should consider coaching adding that the Eagles captain will be an excellent coach for the Eagles.

He is a very stupid foolish and useless man as well , so of all the talented indigenous coaches we have in the country , that mad man is now sugesting we make use a yet to be coach so that we continues going backward , idiot

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

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princedafe at 12:45 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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the coach  carry our money go

no yawa
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BabangidaTukur at 12:57 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Breach of contract at its best. EFCC take charge!
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Agatex at 01:39 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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phyuk him tooo
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silviabells at 02:13 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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passing
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mck1 at 02:28 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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 Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed
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mat-James at 03:54 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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so what? is he mourihno
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vantheo at 05:07 PM, 16/07/2010 (9 years ago)
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Poster this story is so fake

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