Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Ikhana Meets Sahel In Niamey Next Week

Former Sharks Football Club head coach, Kadiri Ikhana, could likely conclude discussions with Niger Republic club, Sahel FC, after Christmas after agreeing to hold extensive talks with its representatives.
Ikhana told that the Nigerien club approached him with the offer of taking up the job of head coach and has subsequently invited him to Niamey to hold further talks on the possibility of becoming its manager.
The representatives of the club, who approached Ikhana has also extended an invitation to the coach to travel down to Niger Republic’s capital, Niamey, for talks, which could lead to concluding the deal.
Sahel FC is the current champion of Niger Republic and would participate in next year’s edition of the CAF Champions League.
The former Enyimba and Kano Pillars’ manager also made it clear that he is yet to hold serious talks with the modest club until he travels to Niamey next week when the Christmas celebration would have subsided.
It is also apparent that the Nigerien club has decided to open talks with Ikhana due to his achievement with Enyimba in the CAF Champions League.
“Yes, I was approached by a club from Niger Republic. The club is Sahel FC,” Ikhana confirmed in an interview with on Wednesday afternoon. “They have only approached me to become their coach and they will be playing in the CAF Champions League next year. But nothing is concluded yet. I don’t know anything about Niger Republic as I speak to you. I will be travelling to meet them after Christmas.”
But Ikhana revealed that he would still have to thrash the issue of his wages with the club when he meets its representatives next.

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