Emeka Ezeugo, the recently_sacked coach of Heartland FC, Owerri, has joined the race for the vacant Super Eagles coaching job.
When asked whether he is scared by the resumés of his opponents for the job, Samson Siasia, Stephen Keshi and caretaker coach Austin Eguavoen, he said he has credible credentials that speak for themselves.
“They have my respect. They know my philosophy of the game and we played together. Working with them is not a problem. That is why I accepted the chance to work with Siasia at Heartland. I know I have what it takes to do the job.”
Ezeugo, who is yet to overcome the treatment he received from the management of Heartland, said that although he is yet to pen down another contract with any club, he has decided to march ahead in his career.
“Siasia was furious over the decision to end my time with the team. Is it not laughable that I was fired when I do not have a valid contract?
Well I think I am through with Heartland, even if they reverse the decision.
I do not think there will be a good working environment.
Heartland’s chairman, Ignatius Okeahialam, has an agenda and will stop at nothing to achieve it. So I’m gone for good.