Daniel Amokachi also known as “The Bull” is a retired Nigerian professional footballer, he played for Nigeria from 1990-1999. Daniel Amokachi net worth is estimated to be $5 million, after he retired from professional football in 2005, he briefly played for Nigeria club Nasarawa United, and later became their manager until 2006.
In 2006 he was appointed as an assistant coach of Nigeria national team and quit in 2007, he later managed Enyimba for some months before he was re-appointed to Nigeria’s national team as the assistant coach to Shuaibu Amodu, on 10th of April 2008. From 2014-2015 Amokachi became the interim coach for Nigeria’s Super Eagles, he is currently the manager of JS Hercules a football club in Finland.
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His full name is Daniel Owefin Amokachi, he was born on 30th December 1972 in Kaduna but a native of Idoma in Benue State. He is one of the legend in Nigeria football, he has made name and money for himself over the years. Daniel Amokachi net worth is estimated to be $5 million, he was discovered by Nigerian national team coach Clemens Westerhof in 1989 while playing for Kaduna Ranchers Bee football club. Daniel is married to a Tunisian woman Nadia Amokachi and they are blessed with twin boys Kalim and Nazim. The couple met each other in a hotel bar in Tunisia in 1994 where he won the African Nations Cup.
He played for three European clubs Club Brugge of Belgium, Beşiktaş of Turkey, Everton of England and win the FA Cup with Everton in 1995. Daniel Amokachi was later signed by an American league Colorado Rapids, in 2002 but seeing as he was not fit enough they released him before a single match was played.
Daniel Amokachi once owned a private jet bought for him by the president of a football club he played for but he later returned to the company where it was bought as soon as he stopped playing football because it was too expensive for to maintain then. According to him “I gave it back to them when I realized I couldn’t continue in the year 2000 – 01 through a clean negotiation and everybody was happy.”