Former Nigerian National team Goal keeper, Ndubuisi Egbo who recently made history with his Albania based club, Tirana, becoming the First African Coach to Successfully guide a team to UEFA Champions League Qualification.

The 46 Years old Gaffer was hooked up in an Interview by Brila FM from his base in Albania and when asked if he would love to Face Manchester United and Chelsea in the Group stage of the European Tournament, Coach Egbo replied, Stating that:  

“These are the type of opportunities we are looking for because it’s when you win these type of games that’s when God will push you up.I’m someone that’s not afraid and it’s something that has helped me to achieve everything." He said

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 “So I will like to enter the group stage and meet this type of teams in order to show them that I know what I’m doing because if you believe in yourself God will give you every other thing,'' He Added

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Apart from Gaining UEFA Champions League Qulaification with Tirana, Coach Ndubuisi Egbo also won the Albanian League Title. 

Before Picking up a coaching Career with Tirana, Coach Ndubuisi Egbo Played for the team as a Goalkeeper from 2001 - 2004, making 157 appearances for the Club.