6 most-stylish NPFL Managers: 2 have unique nicknames

They are always surrounded by gorgeous women. They are the ambassadors of the game. Who are we talking about? “Footballers!” you must have guessed, didn’t you? Well, things are going to change in football…

Elegant, discreet, always-in-shape, and far from scandals and the limelight. Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) coaches show off refined and more personal looks.

  1. Stanley Eguma – Rivers United

Stanley Eguma is the longest serving coach in the NPFL right now. He has an extra touch of style, in matter of football tactics and look.

Always flawlessly groomed, stylish and killer outfit. Eguma has a sense of detail, whether it comes to football or style. In both cases his tactics seems to be successful.

  1. Kennedy Boboye – Akwa United

Kennedy Boboye is the current manager of Akwa United. He played in Germany for SV Straelen and KFC Uerdingen 05. Since he was young he had a dream: to become a manager.

He takes his job very seriously, but when it comes to style he can perfectly relax. Unyielding, fierce, Boboye doesn’t love super formal suits and off-pitch outfits. He would opt instead for casual blazers, pleated pants, light-shade shirts with spread collar and v-neck sweater. He masters quite well the relaxed look.

  1. Fatai Osho – Enyimba

Enyimba International Football Club team is made up of excellent performers. The same goes for Fatai Osho’s look, the manager. He usually pairs the official club attire with sweet sneakers. The coach provides the smart-casual look with a young touch.

Coach Osho is nicknamed “Sugar” due to his fondness for Tiki Taka style of football.

  1. Fidelis Ilechukwu – Heartland

Tenacity, determination and a perfect hairstyle. Fidelis Ilechukwu knows how things work, even in matter of men’s fashion.

He doesn’t dress for vanity, his look is flawless, and he masters it look with the typically-model behaviour, showing off great self-confidence and and relaxed style. The former MFM FC coach is nicknamed “The Working One”.

  1. Abdu Maikaba – Plateau United

Maikaba is a man with talent and an easy-going attitude. If you look at him, you would never guess that behind his strict and unyielding manners and rigorous look is a true hothead.

He confines its easy going attitude to the pitch, but when it comes to style, tactics are constant, precise, and take into account the dress code. When he goes casual, he usually combines some styles like a disciplinarian. Laughs! The whole look works well, and nobody would dare to contradict him anyway, would you?

  1. Imama Amapakabo

Just spend the whole afternoon watching football matches and you will realise there are two set of coaches: those wearing the official uniform and those wearing a tracksuit. Imama belongs to a different team, which opts for a look both formal and casual.

The Abia Warriors coach is keen on minimal and relaxed looks, such as blazers or jardigans, colourful t-shirts and sneakers. There’s no doubt that this outfit perfectly pairs with his thicker beard.

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