Meet Ndubuisi Egbo, the first Nigerian Coach to lead a European team to win a league title

Nigerians are blessed beyond all measures, as one of our own has put a smile on our face as he became the first Nigerian manager to win a European title with his football team.

Ndubuisi Emmanuel Egbo, is a Nigerian by birth and the current manager of Albanian club, KF Tirana. Egbo was born in Aba, on 25 July 1973. He was a professional footballer, and played the position of a goalkeeper during his playing days.

Egbo has over 12 caps for the Nigerian National team, representing in two African Cup of Nations (2000 and 2002 African Cup of Nations). He played in over eight different football clubs, having a total appearance of 220 for both club and country.

As Manager, Egbo, became the first Nigerian to guide his Albanian team, KF Tirana to their 2019/2020 league, as they were crowned champions and also qualified for the UEFA Champions League. Egbo also played for KF Tirana during his playing days (2001-2004) recording 157 appearances to his name.

Congratulations Egbo, more wins.

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