As a coach just beginning on the technical side of football, Isaac Faloye, who recently graduated from the Nigeria Institute of Sports has said it is a privilege to learn under great coaches in the Super Eagles of Nigeria, reports www.totorinews.com.
Some Nigerians that watched the training sessions of the Super Eagles in Abuja observed that aside from Austin Egwavoen, Paul Aigbogun and Alloy Agu who were in charged of the team, they were also two other coaches on the pitch and one the coaches was Isaac Faloye.
According to him, he has learnt a lot as an industrial training student within the few days working with the technical crew of the team and football being very practical on the pitch, he is forever grateful to the leadership of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF and the technical department for this great opportunity.
“It’s a great privilege to learn under these great coaches in the Nigeria Football Federation and the Super Eagles. I’m very thankful to the NFF for this learning curve in my career,” Isaac Faloye told www.totorinews.com exclusively in Abuja.
“Austin Egwavoen, Paul Aigbogun and Aloy Agu are all world class, full of football knowledge and I can’t thank them enough for what I have gained in just less than two weeks of working under them as a coach on industrial training.
“Rohr is very calm. Though most of the training sessions were handled by Egwavoen and Aigbogun. Watching the NPFL players displaying great football skills only confirms that Nigeria is a bedrock of football talents.
“I am very optimistic that the team will do well against Mexico,” he said.
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