Former Super Eagles player and assistant coach Emmanuel Amuneke, who was once Tanzania head coach has expressed his frustration at European teams overlooking African coaches for jobs in the LaLiga,
Amuneke, who holds UEFA ‘B’, ‘A’ licences, has been overlooked by Spanish teams and he admits it has been difficult, frustrating and almost impossible to get a coaching job in Spain.
Allegedly two LaLiga teams and one from the Segunda decline a chance to appoint Amuneke as their head coach.
“We all understand the situation in Europe,” Amuneke told Saturday PUNCH.
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“They find it difficult to give the confidence to a black man to coach in their league.
“It’s very annoying and frustrating that you did your coaching qualification in Spain but when it comes to the opportunity you are not getting.
“But at the same time, you cannot lose hope in what you believe; you just have to stick to your plan.”
Amuneke who is the current Academy Supervisor for Egyptian club side Misr Lel Makkasaonce played his trade in Spain with Barcelona for 4yrs before joining Albecete where he ended his football career.