By Emmanuel Afonne
Abuja, Oct. 22, 2020 Bitrus Bewarang, the immediate past Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), says he is available for consultations after a meritorious service at the country’s football house.
Bewarang made the remarks during an interview on telephone with Naija247news in Abuja on Thursday.
He said that the experience gathered during his four-year stint with the NFF, was enough for him to transform a football team that needed his services whether local or International.
“I want to rest and wait on God for another opportunity and I’m not growing younger anymore, so I need to be around and I know that people will be consulting me.
“And I will be ready to offer my experience to get the best out of football.
“Plateau United has always been my team and I’m ready to assist them with my experience if they need it,”Bewarang said.
He commended the leadership of the NFF for the opportunity given to him to serve, while urging his successor and former Super Eagles Coach, Austin Eguavoen, to ensure the grassroots development plan of the NFF was taken to the next level.
“I thank God that I ended well, and I wish those coming in to work hard to continue with the progress of developing football at the grassroots.
“I really cherished the respect I got from the players and coaches and I urge the incoming Technical Director to be united with the players and coaches to be able to achieve the required result for the country,”he added.
Naija247news reports that the NFF had on Monday, named Eguavoen as Bewarang’s replacement following the expiration of his four-year contract on July 31.