“I’m still the first assistant to Jose Peseiro”- Finidi George clarifies position with Super Eagles

Former Ajax FC star, Finidi George, has confirmed that he is still the first assistant coach of the Nigerian Super Eagles. After rumours circulated that he had been removed from the coaching staff, his absence from the most recent camp in Abuja raised doubts about his status in the team. However, in an exclusive interview with Sports Salsa on Kennis 104.1FM, Finidi discussed his role and stated that he will be in camp if things don’t get twisted.

The confidence offered by George’s interview inspires a feeling of stability as Nigerian football fans eagerly anticipate the start of the national team camp. The Super Eagles are scheduled to face Sierra Leone in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match on June 18th, and according to reports, the team’s camp will commence a week before the game. With Finidi confirming his position as first assistant coach, fans can be reassured that the team is in good hands as they prepare for this crucial match.

The Super Eagles are currently in a difficult situation after only managing a 1-0 victory in their doubleheader match against Guinea-Bissau. The team must now defeat Sierra Leone to guarantee their place in Côte d’Ivoire. Finidi’s experience and expertise will be invaluable in helping the team prepare for this crucial match, and his confirmation of his position within the coaching staff will give the team and fans the stability and confidence they need heading into the national team camp.

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In summary, Finidi George has confirmed that he is still the first assistant coach of the Nigerian Super Eagles, dispelling rumours about his status within the team. His confirmation and upcoming involvement in the national team camp will provide stability and confidence for the team and fans as they prepare for their crucial match against Sierra Leone. With his experience and expertise, the Super Eagles are in good hands as they aim to secure their place in Côte d’Ivoire.

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