Ediale Kingsley writes:

I was almost posting a story about how we have Emmanuel Amunike and choose to allow him be for reasons that beats my imagination. I felt we have a gold at hand but too blind to see. I swear I had these thoughts immediately I posted the story of Seedorf’s appointment. Today, Tanzania handed him the authority over their various National football teams. He is first and foremost, the coach and manager of the Tanzania senior team. But also the head coach of the U-17 and U-20 groups.

Wallace Karia, president of the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) and the people of Tanzania have made a good choice. I am proud of them and I envy the development that will hit their national football because of this wise move.

How do you allow politics and nepotism prevent you from using a man with this kind of CV:

Clubs Played
– Concord
– Julius Berger
– Zamalek
– Sporting CP
– Barcelona
– Albacete
– Busan I’Cons
– Al-Wehdat

National team played
– Nigeria

Teams managed
– Al Hazm (assistant)
– Julius Berger
– Ocean Boys
– Nigeria U17
– Al Khartoum SC

If you have ever listened to Emmanuel Amunike, but for his accent you’d think it’s a Pep Guardiola talking. He’s got the Barcelona brain. He played in Barcelona for 4 years!

One day things will change for us in Nigeria and we will start doing things right. Meanwhile, congratulations, Tanzania doesn’t look like a juicy deal. But what you can do there will definitely make the team a side to reckon with!