After a meeting in Abuja on Thursday, chairman of the association, Sani Lulu, announced that the NFA had ratified Amodu’s appointment.
“We have accepted the report of the three-man committee that we set up to look into the coaching issue and we unanimously agreed that Shaibu Amodu will be the new head coach of the Eagles,” Sani Lulu said.
“We also accept that Daniel Amokachi will be assistant coach number one and Fatai Amoo be assistant coach number two. Aloy Agwu will be goalkeeper trainer.”
The chairman also disclosed that the new coaching crew has been given a mandate by the association.
“They must qualify the Super Eagles for the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup and must excel in both championships.”
Lulu said an unveiling ceremony will be held soon.
Amodu, who coached the Bucaneers in the 1997/98 season, held the reins of the Super Eagles in 2002 when he qualified Nigeria for the World Cup after Dutchman Jo Bonfrere had all but extinguished Nigeria’s hopes of making it to Japan and South Korea.
He was, however, sacked after Nigeria won the bronze medal at the Mali 2002 Nations Cup.
Amokachi is currently assistant coach at league champions Enyimba. He resigned as Super Eagles’ assistant coach under Berti Vogts last year, while Amoo is head coach at Premier League side Sunshine Stars.
Allow Agwu, who was part of the Super Eagles between 1989 and 1994, is currently goalkeeper trainer at Enyimba.