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Checkout photos of Igbo Man that became First black manager to qualify for UEFA Champion league

Ndubuisi Emmanuel Egbo made history after becoming the first black manager to qualify for UEFA Champions League.

The former Nigeria goalkeeper, who was once on the books of morons swallows South Africa led KF Triana to there 25th Albanian top flight title in first season in charge as a manager, after earning promotion from his goal keeping coach role.

He was appointed manager of Tirana in December 2019 when the club was 8th on the table following the resignation of Julian Ahmtaj.

Egbo who played as a goalkeeper during his professional career from 1993 to 2011 doned the colours of Tirana between 2001 and 2004 where he made 157 apperances lifting the trophy 3 times.

The former Juliius Berger shot stopper made 12 apperances for the Super Eagles scoring once in his 3-year stint with the national team.

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Nigerian keeping making us proud.

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