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Embattled Finidi George Resigns as Super Eagles Coach

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Finidi George has reportedly resigned as the head coach of the Super Eagles, Nigeria’s senior men’s national team.

The news comes just one month after George took the reins of the team and amidst a struggling World Cup qualifying campaign.

According to sources close to the team, George tendered his resignation letter to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) earlier today. The reasons behind his sudden departure are yet to be officially disclosed, but insiders hint at mounting pressure from the NFF and fans following a disappointing run in the World Cup qualifiers.

George’s tenure was marked by a lone win in four matches, leaving the Super Eagles’ 2026 World Cup hopes hanging in the balance. The team’s poor performance sparked widespread criticism, with many calling for George’s removal.

The NFF has yet to officially confirm George’s resignation or announce a replacement. However, sources suggest that the federation is already searching for a foreign Technical Adviser to take over the team’s reins.


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