*Reels out plans for Sudanese club
Newly appointed Head Coach of Sudanese top flight club Emmanuel Amuneke, has reeled out his immediate plans for the club as sets to take over the in a few days, AOIFootball.com reports.
The former African Footballer of the Year was appointed late last year as replacement for Kwesi Appiah who is now the current coach of the Black Stars of Ghana.
According to Amuneke, his target is to build a strong team where they can function as a united force.
“I have seen the team. My objective is to build a team where the players can play different positions. We will also take a look at the youth team for continuous development to the first team. My target is also to build a strong team where they can function as a united force,” Amuneke told AOIFootball.com exclusively from his base in Spain.
The former Flying Eagles coach also posited that he and his technical staff also intend to transmit their ideas to the players available in the team.
Al-Khartoum finished 5th last season in the Sudanese Premier League and Amuneke, who holds a UEFA Pro Licence certificate is poised to turn the team around to a championship winning side when he takes charge.