Emordi said in an exclusive interview with brilafm.net that he would be glad if Eguavoen eventually gets the job.
According to him, coaching is an adventure that could take one up or down.
“It’s always the way for us coaches to face one challenge or the other. I see this one as a chance to face a new adventure and I believe it would be another step forward for Eguavoen,” Emordi declared.
The former CAF Coach of The Year, who once had a short spell with Bush Bucks, however, warned that Eguavoen, who reportedly arrived in South Africa earlier this week and is already in the Limpopo Province, will have to adapt quick and work with his assistants at Leopards, if he wants to succeed in the job.