Former Super Eagles coach, Chief Adegboye Onigbinde, has declared that the problem of Nigeria football does not lie in coaching but is purely administrative.
The member of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) technical committee also argues that there are good coaches in Nigeria who only need their knowledge and experience to be updated.
Onigbinde’s comments comes in the light of the recently ignited debate over the professional eligibility of indigenous coaches to lead the Super Eagles.
According to the AFCON 1982 silver medal- winning coach , the number of coaches trained in Nigeria put at 500, is meagre compared to its west African arch rivals, Ghana, who have trained more than 2,000 coaches and African powerhouse Egypt have trained over 4,000 coaches.

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