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47 Super Eagles Coaches From 1949 Till Date

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47 Nigerian Coaches from 1949 to date

The Super Eagles represent Nigeria in men’s international football. The team governed by the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, is a three-time Africa Cup of Nations winner with their most recent title in 2013. The team has had a total of 47 coaches since 1949 to date.

Here is the list along the coach’s nationality and year employed.

England: Jack Finch (1949)

Nigeria: Daniel Anyiam (1954–1956)

England: Les Courtier (1956–1960)

Israel: Moshe “Jerry” Beit haLevi (1960–1961)

Hungary: George Vardar (1961–1963)

 England: Joey Blackwell (1963–1964)

Nigeria: Daniel Anyiam (1964–1965)

Hungary: József Ember (1965–1968)

Spain: Sabino Barinaga (1968–1969)

Nigeria: Peter ‘Eto’ Amaechina (1969–1970)

West Germany: Karl-Heinz Marotzke (1970–1971)

Brazil: Jorge Penna (1972–1973)

West Germany: Karl-Heinz Marotzke (1974)

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Tihomir Jelisavčić (1974–1978)

West Germany: Gottlieb Göller (1981)

West Germany: Gottlieb Göller (1981)

Brazil: Otto Glória (1979–1982)

Nigeria: Festus Onigbinde (1983–1984)

Nigeria: Chris Udemezue (1984–1986)

Nigeria: Patrick Ekeji (1985)

Nigeria: Paul Hamilton (1987–1989)

West Germany: Manfred Höner (fr) (1988–1989)

Netherlands: Clemens Westerhof (1989–1994) as Technical Adviser

 Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (1994–1995)

Netherlands: Jo Bonfrere (1995–1996)

Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (1996–1997)

France: Philippe Troussier (1997)

Nigeria: Monday Sinclair (1997–1998)

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Bora Milutinović (1998)

Netherlands: Thijs Libregts (1999)

Netherlands: Jo Bonfrere (1999–2001)

Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2001–2002)

Nigeria: Festus Onigbinde (2002)

Nigeria: Christian Chukwu (2002–2005)

Nigeria: Augustine Eguavoen (2005–2007)

Germany: Berti Vogts (2007–2008)

Nigeria: James Peters (2008)

Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2008–2010)

Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck (2010)

Nigeria: Augustine Eguavoen (2010)

Nigeria: Samson Siasia (2010–2011)

Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2011–2014)

Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2014)

Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2014)

Nigeria: Daniel Amokachi (2014–2015)

Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2015)

Nigeria: Sunday Oliseh (2015-2016)

Germany: Gernot Rohr (2016–till date).

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