Bosso tells Dalung to stop dis­parag­ing Nige­rian coaches

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A for­mer Fly­ing Ea­gles coach, Ladan Isah Bosso has called on the Min­is­ter of Youth and Sports, Bar­ris­ter Solomon Dalung to ex­er­cise re­straint in his com­ments on Nige­rian coaches.

Bosso in an in­ter­view with sports re­porters in Abuja, de­scribed as dis­heart­en­ing, com­ments cred­ited to the Min­is­ter which dis­par­aged Nige­rian coaches as “be­ing bias” in their selec­tions.

He noted that the com­ment by the Min­is­ter was a plot to rub­bish the good works that the Nige­rian coaches have been do­ing over the years.

Bosso, who was as­sis­tant to coach God­win Uwua in 2007 and later led the na­tional U-20 side to the African Youth Cham­pi­onship (AYC) in Congo Braz­zav­ille that picked one of the tick­ets to rep­re­sent Africa at the Canada FIFA U-20 World Cup the same year, dis­closed that he dropped some of the for­eign-based pro­fes­sional for the home based play­ers.

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