Ex-Super Eagles Skipper, Okocha Elected Delta FA Chairman

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Former Super Eagles’ captain, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha has been elected chairman of the Delta State Football Association.

At the elections conducted in Asaba on Friday, and supervised by Member of the NFF Executive Committee, Alhaji Babagana Kalli, Okocha polled 26 out of the 27 votes cast.

One of only four Nigerian footballers to play at three FIFA World Cup finals, Jay-Jay Okocha’s club career took him through Germany, France, England and Turkey, and he is presently Head of the NFF Technical Study Group.

Austin 'jay jay' Okocha Wins Delta FA Chairmanship Election. Image: Getty.
Austin ‘jay jay’ Okocha Wins Delta FA Chairmanship Election. Image: Getty.

Okocha, who had served as vice chairman before the elevation, replaces Mr. Amaju Melvin Pinnick, who announced his intention to relinquish the post on the very day he was elected President of Nigeria Football Federation, September 30, 2014.

Source: NFF.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Really, Delta must take first. Things are beginning to happen in Nigerian football, putting round pegs in round holes. Bravo Jay Jay. We have confidence in you. Go out there and score.

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