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See Former Super Eagles Goalkeeper Who Won Trophy's As Player And Coach For Albanian Side KF Tirana

Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Emmanuel Egbo has made history after becoming the first black manager to win the Albanian league with KF Tirana

The 46 year-old played as a goalkeeper during his professional career, most notably representing Tirana, winning with them three trophies which includes Albanian Cup, Albanian Supercup and Albanian Superliga. 

The Goalkeeper played for the Nigeria national team, playing 12 matches and representing it in two tournaments of African Cup of Nations.

Egbo has made several appearances for the full Nigeria national football team. He was a member of the Nigeria squad at the 2000 and 2002 African Cup of Nations 

He was appointed coach of KF Tirana in 2015 after the sacking of Shkëlqim Muça following 1–1 home draw against Flamurtari Vlorë. 

Klubi i Futbollit Tirana is an Albanian football club based in the country's capital city, Tirana. The men's football club is part of the multi-disciplinary sports club SK Tirana, and is the most successful in Albania, having won 52 recognized major domestic trophies.

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