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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Expatriate Footballers in Libya, Ivo Sajh, Ibrahim Said, Koko'o, Stanley Afedzie, Ateya El-Belqasy, Lee Addy, Paul Adado, Kwami Kacla Eninful, Ifeanyi Frederick Onuigbo, Komlan Amewou, Ab Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Expatriate Footballers in Libya, Ivo Sajh, Ibrahim Said, Koko'o, Stanley Afedzie, Ateya El-Belqasy, Lee Addy, Paul Adado, Kwami Kacla Eninful, Ifeanyi Frederick Onuigbo, Komlan Amewou, Abdoulaye Ouzrou, Yacine Belaid, Patrick Kazadi, Fraj Bnouni, Mohamed Sadik Coubageat, Lassina Abdoul Karim, Daouda Kamilou, Mamour Baidan, Joseph Fausto. Excerpt: Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals) Ivo von Sajh-Scheich (born on 21 January 1953 in Ljubljana), is a Slovenian and Yugoslavian former football player who last worked as head coach of Kano Pillars F.C. He played for ND Slovan on youthside from 1965 until injury and knee surgery in youth championship ended his professional career in 1971. One year later in 1972 played only Indoor football until 1986. Sajh began his coaching career in 1978 for FC Dobrova who was Vice-Champion in the season 1978/1979. He was then from 1992 to 1993 Technical advisor for FC Asmaral. In 1994, he returned to Slovenia and signed for FC Potrosnik Beltinci. In his time with FC Potrosnik Beltinci he coached the team to 6th place of the PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, the best result in the history of the Club. In 1998 he was named as Technical Director of all Indian National Football Teams. He was then from 2000 to 2001 Director of Coaching Development of the Myanmar Football Federation and was the National Coach. In 2001 he was head coach of Libyan club Attahaddy Benghazi Sports Club and led the team in the 2001/2002 season of the CAF Cup. His second African experience was in 2003 when he was Head coach of Nigerian club Jasper United. He took over in the middle of the season, and took them from the bottom and brought them to 12th place of the Nigerian Premier League. In ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=24479093


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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Expatriate Footballers in Libya, Ivo Sajh, Ibrahim Said, Koko'o, Stanley Afedzie, Ateya El-Belqasy, Lee Addy, Paul Adado, Kwami Kacla Eninful, Ifeanyi Frederick Onuigbo, Komlan Amewou, Ab Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Expatriate Footballers in Libya, Ivo Sajh, Ibrahim Said, Koko'o, Stanley Afedzie, Ateya El-Belqasy, Lee Addy, Paul Adado, Kwami Kacla Eninful, Ifeanyi Frederick Onuigbo, Komlan Amewou, Abdoulaye Ouzrou, Yacine Belaid, Patrick Kazadi, Fraj Bnouni, Mohamed Sadik Coubageat, Lassina Abdoul Karim, Daouda Kamilou, Mamour Baidan, Joseph Fausto. Excerpt: Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals) Ivo von Sajh-Scheich (born on 21 January 1953 in Ljubljana), is a Slovenian and Yugoslavian former football player who last worked as head coach of Kano Pillars F.C. He played for ND Slovan on youthside from 1965 until injury and knee surgery in youth championship ended his professional career in 1971. One year later in 1972 played only Indoor football until 1986. Sajh began his coaching career in 1978 for FC Dobrova who was Vice-Champion in the season 1978/1979. He was then from 1992 to 1993 Technical advisor for FC Asmaral. In 1994, he returned to Slovenia and signed for FC Potrosnik Beltinci. In his time with FC Potrosnik Beltinci he coached the team to 6th place of the PrvaLiga Telekom Slovenije, the best result in the history of the Club. In 1998 he was named as Technical Director of all Indian National Football Teams. He was then from 2000 to 2001 Director of Coaching Development of the Myanmar Football Federation and was the National Coach. In 2001 he was head coach of Libyan club Attahaddy Benghazi Sports Club and led the team in the 2001/2002 season of the CAF Cup. His second African experience was in 2003 when he was Head coach of Nigerian club Jasper United. He took over in the middle of the season, and took them from the bottom and brought them to 12th place of the Nigerian Premier League. In ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=24479093

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