George was touted as one of the possible coaches to be appointed for the Golden Eaglets job.
But following last week’s announcement by the Nigeria Football Federation, the position was given to Fatai Amoo.
And reacting to missing out on the position, the former Ajax star said despite the disappointment, he wishes Amoo and other coaches appointed in other coaching roles all the best.
“I’m disappointed at the same time no hard feelings. I have to wish them well because whatever they are going to do is for Nigeria,” he said on Tuesday on ‘No Holds Barred’ a radio programme on Brila FM anchored by former Super Eagles defender Ifeanyi Udeze.
“No matter who they have appointed it is for the good of the country.
“Personally I will wish them well it’s not up to me to put myself there. If you apply for a job you still have people that will take decisions.
“They have appointed the coaches they feel are good enough so no hard feelings.”
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