Rangers head coach, Imama Amapakabo has said he was confident that his close relationship with Coach Salisu Yusuf will steer Eagles to victories in their upcoming international friendlies against Mali on May 27 and Luxembourg on May 1
The Super Eagles will play Mali at Stade Robert Dichon, Rouen, on May 27 while they face Luxembourg on May 1.
Amapakabo has been appointed by the Nigeria Football Federation to work with veteran tactician, Salisu Yusuf to take charge of Nigeria’s upcoming internationals against Mali and Luxembourg. “I feel honoured to be given this opportunity to serve in this capacity and I thank the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) for this privilege. My relationship with Salisu and Boboye transcends friendship; we are more like brothers and I am sure that relationship can only work positively for the Super Eagles,” Amapakabo said.
“I will work hard with the other coaches and try to bring back the glory of Nigerian football. Salisu (Yusuf) is a very senior colleague who is every experienced and I know we will learn a lot from him,” he said.