Former Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Nduibuisi Egbo has been sacked by club FK Tirana after the team’s 1-0 home loss to first division side Korabi Peshkopi in the Albanian FA Cup on Thursday, 12th of November, 2020.
According to an official statement on FK Tirana’s website, Egbo was sacked for ” missing results” and thank you for his dedication and success on the job and wish him well on his next endeavour.
The club wrote on their official website ” After the team’s unfortunate performance in the last matches, Egbo will no longer be in the top of white and blue because of missing results.
The club thanks him for his dedication and successes, which peaked with the return of the champion home title.
“Wishing him success in his career, the champions camp gives a special value of success in the last season to the man who has been and will be part of the white and blue family for years. Thank you, Egbo”.
The one year reign at the of the Egbo at the Club came to an end with this statement.
Egbo was named FK Tirana head coach on November 9, 2019, and went on to win the Albania League title to become the first African to win a league title with European side thus qualifying the team to the UEFA Champions League preliminary qualifying stage.
The coach won a total 23 matches out of the 36 games he oversaw as the manager of the team in 11 months at the helms, losing 9 times and draw 4 times thus posting a 63.89% success rate.