OUK Reveals How He Rejected Rohr As Enyimba’s Coach, Calls For His Immediate Replacement

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The former governor of Abia state and current chief whip of the Nigerian senate, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu (OUK) under whose watch as a governor, the Enyimba Football Club won the CAF championship league twice has called for the sack of the current head coach of the Nigerian super eagles Gernot Rohr.


The senator made this call via his social media handle.


In the same social media post, the senator also revealed how he rejected Gernot Rohr as Enyimba Coach and wondered by NFF contracted.

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In this social media post, OUK  stated this;

In the last five years we have wasted our time in football.  There is nothing new we are doing any longer. To see a country with many professional players home and abroad struggling to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations  and World Cup is heartbreaking.  Gernot Rohr is not a good coach and I don’t understand why he is still managing Super Eagles. 


When I Was Governor, he applied to become employed as Enyimba coach. He was brought to Nigeria by Oscar Udoji but I refused to employ him.  I am calling on the Chairman of NFF, Mr Amaju Pinnick to wake up and to quickly find a replacement for Rohr.


We soccer lovers don’t need further dissatisfaction in a game, we have the capacity to make ourselves proud.  If the problems you have this year are the same problems you had last year, then you are not a leader. You are rather a problem on your own that must be solved.


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