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How the Arrest of Flying Eagles Coach May Affect his Job

by Israel Akintunji

Flying Eagles coach, Paul Aigbogun has  been arrested by the London Police for public disturbance.

The Nigerian coach was arrested by the London Police outside a woman’s house at 6am on Friday, December 28 on charges of domestic violence and being five times over the legal alcohol limit.

Reports have it that the former Warri Wolves manager has family in North West London and lives there usually when he’s not on national assignment.

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It is understood that Aigbogun went around the woman’s house uninvited very late at night, drunk, and bangs in the door screaming her name for hours until she is forced to open up.

Prior to his arrest, the neighborhood Watch was aware of the situation and they was concerned about hearing the woman scream so often.

The Flying Eagles coach has been labeled an alcoholic and abusive man who is not fit to be a role model and shouldn’t be around young players.

This incident has not yet been responded to by the Nigerian Football Federation. The issue now is; would this act of indiscipline from the coach not stampede his appointment with the NFF?

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