Other coaches that were shortlisted are Busari Hakeem Ishola, Erol Akay, Henry Makinwa and Usman Abdallah.
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This was contained in a communique made available on Monday following the football body’s meeting held via video conferencing on May 14, 2020
Former Super Eagles forward, Emmanuel Amuneke, has been appointed head coach of Egyptian side Misr El-Makasa following the sack of Ahmed Hossam Mido.
Amuneke signed a two year contract with the TFF in 2018 and successfully qualified the country for the ongoing African Cup of Nations after 39 years absence.
It comes after the Taifa Stars, who competed in their first Nations Cup since 1980, failed to progress to the knockout stages of Egypt 2019, finishing bottom of their group with three defeats.
Tanzania, staging a come back after 39 years absence from the competition, lost all matches in Group C to Algeria, Senegal and Kenya to crash out of the 2019 African Cup of Nations tournament.
In the match played at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo, Les Fennecs scored all three goals during the final 10 minutes of the first half.
Tanzania head coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has unveiled his final 23-man squad for the 2019 Total Africa Cup of Nations coming up in Egypt.
Tanzania national team coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has indicated that it will be very difficult for any of the 24 qualified teams to win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Tanzania’s head coach Emmanuel Amuneke has predicted that some of the bigger names could make an early exit from June’s Africa Cup of Nations.
Five-time world champions, Nigeria, flew out of Abuja on Wednesday on their way to Tanzania to take part in the 13th Africa U17 Cup of Nations taking place in that country from April 14 to 28.
The Nigeria Football Federation has congratulated former Super Eagles’ ace and FIFA U17 World Cup-winning coach Emmanuel Amuneke for qualifying Tanzania for the 2019 AFCON.
Emmanuel Amuneke, coach of the Tanzanian national team, says the team is grateful to God for their qualifying for the finals of the African Cup of Nations after 39 years.
Emmanuel Amunike has broken a 39-year-old jinx to qualify Tanzania for their first ever AFCON finals after win against Uganda at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium on Sunday.
Amuneke said this during a radio interview on Tuesday
Amuneke, a former coach of the Nigerian U-17 and U-20 national teams, signed a two-year contract with the Tanzanian Football Federation on August 6 to coach its national teams.
Amuneke’s first call of duty will be to attempt to get Tanzania their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign back on track
Another panel will do the shortlist for Women’s players and Coaches for the season
Amuneke, member of the FIFA Technical Study Group for the Russia World Cup, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday.
Amuneke, Coach of the Nigerian U-17 team that won the World Cup in Chile in 2015, told the News Agency of Nigeria that the Eagles were blessed with young players.