Abia Warriors have reportedly appointed Imama Amapakabo as their new head coach.
According to Completesports.com reports, the Nigeria Professional Football League side confirmed the 50-year-old’s appointment via their Twitter handle on Thursday.
“Abia Warriors and Coach Imama Amapakabo agree terms as new head coach ahead of the new season,” the club wrote.
Amapakabo had coached Rivers United, Enugu Rangers and El Kanemi Warriors.
It was at Rangers Amapakabo had his finest moment as a coach, after guiding the Enugu-based club to win the 2016 NPFL title, their first championship since 1982.
Amapakabo served as assistant to Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr and was appointed head coach of the home-based Eagles and the U-23 Eagles.
He was a reserved goalkeeper of the Golden Eaglets squad that won the maiden edition of the FIFA U-16 World Cup in China in 1985.