The head coach of Nasarawa United, Kabiru Dogo has given his reasons why he resigned from his position at the Lafia based club.
In a telephone chat with him, he revealed that his contract had expired and needed a new challenge.
“My five year contract with the club has expired and I decided not to renew it. I wanted a new challenge”, he said.
He further stated that the club management are not happy with his resignation and had made moves for him to stay on which he declined.
“I had no issue with the club and they had no issue with me. Definitely, they are not happy with my decision to quit. It’s like a husband losing his wife of five years, he noted.
He, however declined to reveal his next move which he said he is keeping close to his chest for the time being.
Meanwhile, his resignation has also been confirmed by the team manager, Solomon Babajah while wishing him well in his future endeavours.
“Coach Dogo is a man of integrity. It’s nice working with him. He is a credible coach with great attitude”, he noted.
Dogo while at the club, got the Solid Miners to the 2016 Aiteo Cup final losing to Ifeanyi Ubah FC on penalties and also led the team to the second round of CAF Champions League in 2007.