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Allardyce names Okocha in best XI

The new manager of Leeds United, Sam Allardyce, has ranked Super Eagles legend Austin Okocha among the top 11 players he has managed in his illustrious tenure.Information Guide Nigeria

From 1999 to 2007, Allardyce was the manager of Bolton Wanders, where Okocha played from 2002 to 2006, eventually becoming the team’s captain and being revered by club supporters.

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Allardyce placed Okocha in the middle of the field with Fernando Hierro, Youri Djorkaeff, and Garry Speed, all of whom are most closely associated with Bolton. Jussi Jaaskelainen in goal, Habib Beye, Ryan Nelsen, Phil Jones, and Patrick Van Aanholt on defense, and Jermain Defoe and Nicolas Anelka as his preferred forwards.

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Two-time winner of the BBC African Footballer of the Year award, seven-time winner of the Nigerian Player of the Year award, winner of the AFCON in 1994, and the tournament’s best player and leading scorer a decade later, Austin Jay Jay Okocha is widely regarded as one of the finest African players of all time.NYSC Portal

In his first season at Bolton after joining PSG, the Nigerian became something of a cult hero before being named captain in his second season. Under Allardyce, he scored 18 goals from attacking midfield in 144 games, but he will be best remembered for his dazzling array of talents that wowed both fans and neutrals.

“He’s so good they named him twice! The Bolton fans printed some t-shirts with that on. Even the non-Bolton supporters enjoyed watching Jay-Jay Okocha,” Allardyce was quoted as saying by Daily Mail.

Sam Allardyce made an improbable return to the Premier League on Wednesday when Leeds appointed the 68-year-old former England coach until the end of the season following the dismissal of manager Javi Gracia.

Allardyce’s final coaching position was with West Bromwich Albion for the second half of the 2020-21 season, when he failed in his mission to maintain the team in the Premier League.JAMB Result

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