Oliseh, Pinnick others pay tribute to former Super Eagles coach

He was said to have died in his sleep after complaining of chest pain on Friday night, June 10.

 

Top football officials and former colleagues have also reacted to the sudden demise of Amodu at 58.

He was said to have died in his sleep after complaining of chest pain on Friday night, June 10.

See reactions below:

“This is another tragedy too many. We are still talking about Keshi’s death, and now Amodu is gone. I’m short of words” - NFF President Amaju Pinnick.

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