Kano Pillars’ Head Coach, Ibrahim Musa says he is dismayed by Coach Imama Amapakabo’s description of Nigeria-based players and coaches as not teachable. He challenged the national U-23 team coach to organise a course on basics of football, with emphasis on tactics and formation.
Amapakabo, who currently handles both the U-23 and the CHAN Eagles, in a recent report published by footballlive.ng, said home-based players find it difficult to interpret tactics and formation. He also accused local coaches of lacking tactics and formation, saying they cannot give what they don’t know.
Speaking to The Guardian yesterday, Musa said Amapakabo had the right to his opinion, adding, however, that the former Enugu Rangers coach also fell in the category of Nigerian coaches. Read more