According to reports exclusively gathered by Owngoalnigeria.com, The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) are mulling over suggestion brought before it by minders of two coaches in Milutin Sredojevic and Alain Giresse for the job of Super Eagles Technical Adviser.
Sredojevic populary referred to as Micho presently handles the national team of Uganda who are close to securing qualification for next year Africa Cup of Nations and has in the past been linked with the job of the Nigeria senior national team with some reports suggesting that the Serb was closed to been named as coach of the team before Sunday Oliseh was appointed.
46 year old Micho was also on the shorlist of Serbian coaches initially linked with the vacant job before Paul Le Guen who later rejected the job was recommended by the Technical Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation.
His case we gathered was brought to the NFF by an agent who currently works with the Nigeria senior national team and after the failed attempt to engage Le Guen, contact has once again resumed over his availability.
On the other hand 63 year old Alan Giresse, a French manager who has been coaching in Africa since 2001 with stints in Morocco with FAR Rabat and as well as the national team of Gabon, Mali and Senegal.
The highly experienced Giresse was recommended to the president of the NFF who are set to name a foreign technical adviser in the next 7 days for the Nigeria senior national team which is currently under the tutelage of local coach Salisu Yusuf.