CAF Confederation Cup (CAFCC) campaigners Enyimba have added foreign-based coach, Sidi-Usman Shariff Abd’Allah, to the Paul Aigbogun-led coaching crew ahead of the new league season on January 14.
Abd’Allah, 43, touched down in the country earlier this week to take up his new assistant coach role with the 2-time African champions.
The former Kano Pillars team B player will assist Aigbogun in the area of tactical plans and team building ahead of matches.
Confirming his appointment, a close Enyimba source via SuperSport said: “Usman Abd’Allah has joined us for the new season and he will work with the head coach Paul Aigbogun for the season. He is vastly experienced and knowledgeable in the game.”
Shariff Abd’Allah played most of his football career in France with clubs like EPS FC, FC Sete, FC Frontignan and Bollene FC.