Coaches’ Resignation Wave Hit NPFL As Kwara United Bala Joins The List

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By Amaechi Agbo

It appears that the current wave of coaches’ resignation that have hit the NPFL is gathering more force as Kwara United coach, Abubakar Bala has joined the list, Amaechi Agbo, Editor writes.

In less than two weeks, three coaches of the Nigeria elite league have resigned following poor performances of their various clubs.

First, Henry Makinwa resigned from his head coach of Abia Warriors on April 26 over irreconcilable differences.

Today this paper reported the resignation of Kennedy Boboye as coach of Remo Stars after the club played a goalless draw at home yesterday in matchday 17 of the league season.

As if these were not enough, the news filtered in again that Kwara United coach, Abubakar Bala has also resigned.

The clubs affected by these waves of resignation are all battling to save their league status for the season.

The former Niger Tornados coach resigned on Sunday night after the goalless disappointing home result against Lobi Stars in the NPFL Matchday 17 game.

“The coach met with his coaching staff yesterday night and informed them about his decision to resign, he also spoke with the team senior players about his departure,” A top source closed to the gaffer said to Naijafootballplus

“A lot happened and he’s not ready to divulged, he has decided to sacrifice his job for the interest of the club. He appreciate the team management and everyone he has worked with since he joined the club and also the fans for the huge support. However, it’s proper time for him to move on.”

Abubakar Bala joined Kwara United on March 13, 2018. The Afonja Warriors have struggled all season and they are deep in the relegation waters with 15 points from 17 NPFL games.

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