Coach Profile: Mohammed Nurudeen Sham-una, The Young Coach Who Can Rise

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Mohammed Nurudeen Sham-una is a man of many possibilities. Rarely do you find an individual exude such industry in many fields of endeavour; football coach, football administrator, media personality, etc. In this piece, we take a look at Mohammed Nurudeen Sham-una as a coach.

Sham, as he is affectionately called, has been a nomad in coaching. His passion for the job made him to start it at a very early stage of his life. He has had stints with quite a number of clubs and school teams thus far. Amongst others, he has coached Bagabaga Ladies Fc, qualifying them from Division Two to Division One. He currently owns and coaches women’s lower tier side, Bagasco Ladies Fc. He also works with Men’s Division Two League side, Tamale Future Stars Fc. In addition, he is the head coach of the male soccer team of Tamale Technical University, TATU.

Presently, he takes charge of Division One League side Yendi Gbewaa as a stopgap coach, following the parting of ways of his former boss, Coach Abdulai Danjuma and the club. The Young Coach, Sham-Una could not have been without a brilliant start going into this season’s DOL.

Yendi Gbewaa opened their accounts with an away fixture at Wa Suntaa FC. They went a goal down only to rally themselves back into the game by scoring late to equalize and share the spoils with the home side. An away point in the first match of a season is worthy of celebration.

Sham’s second match proved rather daunting, even though at home in the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium. They hosted Wamanafo Mighty Royals, who went into the tunnel at half time with one goal up. They quickly added another in the second half, making it two nill.


Coach Nurudeen Sham-Una

Coach Sham then had to dig deep to save a game he was fast losing. In a rare tactical change, he made three substitutions at once. This drew pessimism from fans because of the amount of time left to play. Only the coach knew what he was up to.

Lo and behold, his subs injected renewed spirit into his team that saw them push Mighty Royals to the ropes. In a spell of dominance, Gbewaa equalized both goals and threw the stadium into a frenzy. Sham’s head had been saved by his own handy work.

His next match sees him travel to Brekum to play Arsenal. While it is a difficult place to win away from home, one can habour hope that Gbewaa can spring a surprise, yet again.

In the meantime, Mohammed Nurudeen Sham-una is making waves as a young coach with budding potential. He is a CAF License B holder whose passion for the job is evident for all to see. The future can only be bright for a young man who inspires many people across the divide in the business of football.

Mohammed Nurudeen Sham-Una is best known for his Slogan ‘ I believe in One Day’ and always live to it. Many people in the football fraternity tip him to be a great coach in a near future. He is the PRO for the Coaches Association of Ghana, Northern Region branch.


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