The NFF made public on Thursday , that the would announce a Technical Adviser for the Super Eagles in August.
The NFF Executive Committee had given the committee seven days within which to name a Technical Adviser for the senior national team following the federation’s failure to obtain Frenchman Paul Le Guen’s signature as coach of the team.
NFF subsequently named Salisu Yusuf as the new Super Eagles Head Coach.
The NFF Executive Committee had claimed it rejected the recommendation of its technical committee for Le Guen to be appointed the Super Eagles Technical Adviser, hence the appointment of Yusuf.
Coach of Rangers Int’l FC Enugu, Imama Amakapabo, was picked as Yusuf’s Assistant, while Alloy Agu was retained as the team’s Goalkeepers’ Trainer.