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Football, also called association football or soccer, is a game involving two teams of 11 players who try to maneuver the ball into the other team’s goal without using their hands or arms. The team that scores more goals wins. Football is the world’s most popular ball game in numbers of participants and spectators.
A sports coach is a person coaching in sport, involved in the direction, instruction and training of a sports team or athlete. Coaches are one of the luckiest humans on the planet earth, they get to enjoy the luxury of earning a living, and they end up making a lot of money off it.
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Highest Paid Football Coaches In Nigeria
10. Kabiru Dogo
Kabiru Suleiman Dogo, former Nassarawa United coach, in 2018, joined Sunshine Stars of Akure a one year deal as the new coach of the Club replacing Henry Abiodun who quit the role after a disappointing finish last season.Dogo who was also unveiled at the Ondo State Football Agency’s Board/Conference Room on Tuesday will be assisted by coach Kayode Julius, Sulaiman Kamil and Busuyi Olu during his short stay with the Akure based side.
In his welcome speech, he noted: “Sunshine Stars is a big Club in Nigeria, but some many other big teams wanted me, so it is fate and God’s will that I will be here today to work with Sunshine Stars. The love towards me from the people during the negotiations was overwhelming and the Chairman made me believe in this project. Coach Kabiru Dogo is another top paid coach in the NPFL. He has managed ABS FC and Nasarawa United in the past.
9. Ibrahim Musa
During his young age, Ibrahim Musa was a football and now he is a coach, and in 2021 Ibrahim Musa has been re-appointed by Nigeria Professional Football League club after a crucial controversy, Kano Pillars as its technical adviser.
Musa was sacked at the end of 2017/2018 season when the management refused to renew his contract. His place of birth is in Kano, Nigeria. He led Pillars to FA Cup success last term.
8. Usman Abd’Allah
Usman Abd’Allah is a Nigerian-French football coach. The Ex-Nigeria International Usman Abd’Allah is the head coach of Enyimba International Football Club. He was born and bred in Kano State in northern Nigeria. He completed his education there. He began at Tarauni Primary School and went on to Government Secondary School, Kazaure, before studying chemical engineering at Kaduna State Polytechnic where he graduated in 1989.
His playing career spanned the continents of Africa, Asia and Europe. In Africa he turned out for various Nigerian Clubs, including Sanka Vipers of Kano; UNTL of Kaduna, Rocks of Kaduna, Stationery Stores of Lagos and Mogas 90 of Benin Republic.
6. Henry Makinwa
Henry Olufosoye Makinwa was born on the 6 of November 1977 is a Nigerian retired footballer and currently the head of coach of kastina united. Vandrezzer FC wishes to announce the appointment of Coach Henry Olufosoye Makinwa as her new Head Coach. He comes on board on an initial one year contract, and is set to infuse renewed vigor in the Champions of Lagos, to do much more in the upcoming 2021/2022 NNL season. Coach Makinwa is a renown tactician who had previously managed three NPFL teams in Nigeria.
Makinwa lists Iwuanyanwu Nationale now Heartland, Concord, Udoji United, Rayo Vallecano, Penafiel, Vitoria Setúbal, Gil Vicente, Farense, Rapid Bucureşti, Al-Ahly, Maccabi Petah Tikva, Tianjin Teda, Gretna, PSMS Medan and Vittoriosa Stars as his former clubs.
Salary: ₦1,500,000 – ₦1,700,000
4. Fidelis Ilechukwu
Heartland gaffer, Fidelis Ilechukwu, has revealed that he left commerical motorcycling business popularly known as Okada to become a professional football coach Former MFM Coach Spent 13 years with the Lagos Club where he led the team to an historic CAF Champions League debut in 2018.The working one was also part of the technical crew of the national U-23 Football team, an assistant to Imama Amapakabo and Kennedy Boboye. Ilechukwu told Brila Fm that he couldn’t make head way in his business and it prompted him to return to football. Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side Heartland have announced the appointment of Fidelis Ilechukwu as their new coach ahead of the new season.
4. Kennedy Boboye
Kennedy Boboye was the manager of Sunshine Stars, Abia Warriors, Remo Stars and Plateau United. Currently, Boboye is the coach of the Akwa United. He was born on 1st March 1978 in his country, Nigeria, as a striker.In 1995, Kennedy Boboye was called up to the Nigeria U-23 National team (Super Eagles). After his national team appearance he was signed to Saint-Denis Saint-Leu football club, Paris between 1996 and 1997.
He was subsequently signed in Fortuna Düsseldorf in 1997 to 1998. He was given on free transfer from Fortuna Düsseldorf to KFC Uerdingen 05 in 1998. In 2002, after several years abroad he was signed to Manning Rangers F.C. in South Africa till 2004. In 2004 after his contract with the club had expired he got a deal to sign with Dolphins F.C. and played for few months before finally retiring from playing professional football.
3. Gbenga Ogunbote
On 12 July 2012 he was appointed to coach Sunshine Stars F.C. He has also managed reputable teams such as Enyimba F.C. and Shooting Stars.
On 30 October 2017 he was announced new coach of Enugu Rangers. He is currently on the payroll of Lobi Stars.
2. Yusuf Salisu
Salisu Yusuf was born in the year 1962 in Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria and he is a Nigerian professional football manager and former player. He was the chief coach of the Nigeria national football team Yusuf spent all his playing career in the Nigerian League and represented Nigeria at both junior and senior levels.
He started his playing career as a midfielder for ABU Football Club before he went on to play for several Nigerian football clubs including Ranchers Bees and El-Kanemi Warriors. In November 2019 he became manager of Rangers International. In December 2021 he was unveiled as Coach of Kano Pillars became manager of Kano Pillars F.C
1. Abdu Maikaba
Abdu Maikaba was born on the 3 of March 1965 in Nigeria and currently he is a Nigerian football coach and manager. He is currently the Head coach of Plateau United F.C. He was appointed head coach of Plateau United F.C. on 22 October 2018.
He grew up in Kano, where he was a Physics teacher. He managed Wikki Tourists and Akwa United in the past. He also had a stint at Kano Pillars.
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