Warri Wolves head coach, Napoleon Aulma has parted ways with the club on mutual consent.
The Warri Wolves management after an emergency meeting decided to relieve the head coach of his duties. Disclosing the decision, the club chairman, Steve Cole and the general manager, Tony Rafua both expressed dissatisfaction with the unacceptable present club present position and they said a drastic change was needed in other to survive and remain in contention for the rest of the season.
The club’s management who have asked Coach George Emenatie to take the role of Head Coach in an interim position went on to thank Coach Napoleon for his good work at the club during his time while also wishing well in his future endeavors.
Another Head Coach to have left his job was the EFCC FC Head Coach, Shama Inusa who in tears handed in his resignation letter to the club’s management following a below par second stanza NNL Campaign which has seen the team lose 11 of 12 available points in the league.
It is believed that Coach Inyama tendered his resignation letter to the management of the team because he perceived he will be sacked if the devastating performance of the team continued.
Coach Inusa came to the team with twelve players which according to him were ‘experienced’ but old and he ended up sacking ten of the players for below par performances before the end of the first stanza of the 2018 NNL season.
Since the resumption of the second stanza of the 2017/18 NNL season, Coach Inusa managed to get only one point from four matches, a shameful and embarrassing results which was one of the reasons that led to his calculated resignation.
For the first time in 10 years, he led EFCC FC to a disgraceful 2018 FCT Aiteo cup early exit to lowly rated non-league team.
Former Jigawa Golden Star coach Shama Inusa is one of the Nigerian coaches that fall into the category of description of incompetent coach.
The last coach to have left his job was Coach Tunde Sanni of ABS FC, Ilorin who blamed a lack of backing from the club’s management as the key reason behind his resignation.
Coach Sanni turned in his resignation letter to the club’s director of football, Alloy Chukwuemeka following a closed door meeting on Monday at the club secretariat.
Recent events at the club suggested a lot was wrong with club owned by the Country’s Number Three citizen as they recently did not honor an away match in the NNL while the rumors of non-payments of Salaries for over four (4) months continue to hang over the club.