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Igbo Kwenu! Ndubuisi Egbo Becomes First Nigerian to Coach an European Team to UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Coach Ndubuisi Egbo, a former Super Eagles goal keeper who led his Albania premiership side FK Tirana to win the league title with two outstanding games at hand.

This feat makes him the first Nigerian coach to ever lead a European team to win a silverware, with the league in his kitty that also qualifies his team for next season's champions league.

Also making him the first Nigerian coach to ever lead a European team to qualify for the champions league.

Ndubuisi Emmanuel Egbo was born in Aba, in present day Abia state, Eastern Nigeria on July 25th, 1973.

He played for NEPA FC of Lagos and Julius Berger before he moved abroad for greener pasture in pursuit of his career.

Later he went on to win 3 titles with FK Tirana before he ended up as their goal keeper coach, and later on he rose to become the team manager.

As a Super Eagles goal keeper, he played about 17 games for Nigeria and featured in two African Nations Cup in his hay days.

Congratulations to our brother. Coach Ndubuisi Egbo.

We wish you the best in the Champions league.


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