The Nigerian tactician has remained optimistic regardless of being relieved of his duties because the Selman Stermasi Stadium outfit’s boss
Ndubuisi Egbo has revealed he has no regrets regardless of his sacking as supervisor of Albanian facet KF Tirana.
The previous Nigeria worldwide was relieved from his duties after a string of poor performances from his facet, the place they managed three wins of their final 11 video games throughout all competitions.
The 47-year-old guided the facet to win their first league title in a decade, to develop into the primary African coach to realize the feat.
Egbo additionally managed the Selman Stermasi Stadium outfit within the Champions League and has been thanked by the membership for his efforts throughout his time.
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The Nigerian tactician additionally appreciated the membership for the chance afforded him to handle the facet, in addition to the gamers and followers.
“I want to thank the membership for the chance to serve, which helped me develop into the primary African to win a European title and find yourself managing within the Uefa Champions League and the Europa League,” Egbo instructed BBC Africa Sport.
“I haven’t got any regrets or disappointment as a result of I gave the utmost and the crew did likewise, so I stay grateful to God for what we achieved and achieved collectively.
“To the followers for his or her unbelievable and overwhelming assist in the direction of me and the crew, I’m grateful.
“The gamers for his or her fantastic and optimistic spirit all by means of our marketing campaign final season, I say kudos to all of them.
“Each those that made a big effect and people with little influence, all of them as a crew made it to occur with religion in God almighty. For now, there are not any regrets however grateful to all.”
Egbo loved success as a participant with Tirana throughout his keep between 2001 and 2004, successful the Albanian Cup, Tremendous Cup and Superliga earlier than returning to the membership as coach in 2014.
The previous Tremendous Eagles goalkeeper is delighted with the achievement he recorded as supervisor throughout his time with the Tirona.
“It would not occur by mistake that we pulled collectively and stunned the journalists who had written the crew off,” he continued.
“I do know it is not possible to erase the historical past we created. For me as the primary Nigerian, African to win a title in Europe. Creating extra historical past by taking my crew to Europe’s prime two continental competitions can’t be erased.
“I do know there are nice days forward in life. Higher just isn’t ok, I imagine one of the best is but to come back.”
Egbo had 12 caps for Nigeria and was a part of the West African facet that went to the Africa Cup of Nations in 2000 and 2002.