5 NPFL Managers Who Have Left Their Posts
5. Usman Abd’Allah
The former Enyimba coach started well at Wikki Tourists. But a run of poor form and interference from the management led different off field issues.
Abd’Allah recently resigned after Wikki Tourists handed him an ultimatum.
4. Evans Ogenyi
The coach’s future had been frequently up for debate during his spell in charge at Warri Wolves. Things took an ugly turn this season. Results didn’t go Ogenyi’s way, and rumours of a strained relationship with Club Chairman Moses Etu never went away.
3. Tony Bolus
Bolus had a respectable first season at MFM FC and made them stable.
Things changed rather drastically this season, though. Results and the fans themselves completely went against him. While his strained relationship with the club’s management often grabbed headlines. Therefore, MFM FC had no choice but to make him step aside.
2. Gbenga Ogunbote
The former Rangers manager enjoyed a decent start to life at Sunshine Stars. This justified the club’s decision to sign him.
But things took a drastic turn for the worst. Results, though, haven’t gone his way at all. The coach resigned on Thursday.
1. Emmanuel Lionel Soccoia
This decision was very wierd because the Frenchman brought new energy to Kano Pillars. He stabilized them and gave the once slow team an identity.
The former Leopards tactician left Pillars citing poor welfare and lack of professionalism on the part of the management.