Mouludia Handball Club of Oujda, Morocco have to sign Mike Taangahar as their head coach for the upcoming 2019/20 Moroccan handball season.
Taangahar joins the Morocco based handball club from Kada Stars/Queens of Kaduna in Nigeria.
The former Maccabi Motzkin of Israel player told www.aclsports.com that he feels excited bagging a coaching job outside the country.
The ex international said the players will have to key into his philosophy.
He said, “It feels good to get a job outside the country, the recognition and opportunity to coach in another country overtakes the financial gain.
“I write and speak French so adapting is not a problem; the players will have to key into my philosophy and I believe everything will be fine”.
He revealed that former Lagos Seasiders player, Gbenga Cole is amongst the new players signed by the club.
The former VFL Pfullingen of Germany player said he is ready for new challenges.
He said, “For the moment, only Gbenga Cole is here hopefully others will join as we progress into the league. It feels good to win and I always want to win but in sports we must accept challenges and be ready for everything win or lose it become part of your experiences as a coach”.
He further said, “There is nothing to miss about Nigeria because the coaches are not given the right environment to work and too much is expected in return we have a long way to go in Nigerian handball”.
“We have players who can fit into any league giving the right opportunity but most of our players lack the basic of handball so they find it difficult to understand the game at the professional level”, he added.