Members of the ’94 Super Eagles squad were honoured at the AITEO Awards for the exploits at the Nations Cup and the FIFA World Cup in USA.
On behalf of all recipients, Eguavoen thanked Aiteo/NFF but lamented that the houses promised them in 1994 are yet to be delivered to them. He said the relations of some of the late colleagues will be happy that their fathers brothers did not die in vain.
On the other hand, Oliseh also reminiscence on the bond they had with Keshi ‘s wife cooking for them.
Some of the members of the team honoured were Peter Rufai, Alloy Agu, Augustine Eguavoen, Uche Okechukwu, Mutiu Adepoju, Austin Okocha, Sunday Oliseh, Finidi George, Victor Ikpeba, Samson Siasia, Ndukka Ugbade, Edema Fuludu, Emeka Ezeugo.
Others are Daniel Amokachi, Emmanuel Amuneke, Ben Iroha, Mike Emenalo, Efan Ekoku, Isaac Semitoje, Chidi Nwanu, Late Stephen Keshi, Late Rashidi Yekini, Late Uche Okafor, Late Thompson Oliha and Late Wilfred Agbonivbare.
Meanwhile, Villarreal of Spain star, Samuel Chukwueze was adjudged the Young player of the year, beating Henry Onyekuru and Simon Moses to the award, while Anam Imoh clinched the female category of the award.
For the goal of the year, the winner is Ahmed Musa. His goal against Iceland at the Russia 2019 World Cup was picked ahead of Odion Ighalo’s goal against Liberia during the qualifiers.
Rangers of Enugu coach, Gbenga Ogunbote won the coach of the year award ahead of Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr and Lobi Stars coach Solomon Ogbeide.
Super Falcons’ coach, Thomas Denneby beats Moses Adukwu of Bayelsa United and Wemimo Mathew to the female coach of the year.
Super Falcons won the team of the season award ahead of the Super Eagles and Flying Eagles.