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The Super Eagles of Nigeria have been without a coach since the resignation of Sunday Oliseh in February.

After Samson Siasia,Salisu Yusuf has been handling the Super Eagles on a temporary basis and Akinwunmi has revealed that the NFF will reach a decision on the new coach at the NFF Technical Committee meeting on Tuesday, June 21 in Abuja.

The first VP of the NFF said there will be a major announcement after the meeting.

Current handler of the Super Eagles, Yusuf has revealed he wish to be given the job on a permanent basis.

The 54-year-old Yusuf who has worked as assistant manager under Stephen Keshi, Oliseh and Siasia believes he is ready to be Super Eagles permanent coach.

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"I was assistant coach for three previous managers and I have managed all the top teams in Nigeria. Personally I think it's all about the opportunity to do it - so why not?” he told BBC Sport.