Bernard Ogbe has resigned as Niger Tornadoes coach on Sunday following poor results, according to reports making rounds.
The soft spoken gaffer confirmed his departure on Sunday after Katsina United compounded the woe of the club with a 3-1 win.
Goals from Martins Usule, Tasiu Lawal and Eric Frimpong condemned Tornadoes to another defeat.
” I have already inform the club management that whatever happen, I will tender my resignation letter” he said.
Ogbe submitted his resignation letter immediately after the club’s 3-1 defeat against Katsina against in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) matchday 6 on Sunday.
Ogbe met with the vice chairman, Comrade Bello Auta, club secretary, Aliyu Muazu, and Welfare Officer, Awwalu Baba Idris, to inform them of his decision before leaving the stadium after the game.
“I have already informed the club officials before the match, that whatever happens after this match I will tender my resignation letter.”
The vice chairman Comrade Bello Auta told the media department of the club that: “Coach Bernard Ogbe just informed us now that he has resigned his appointment as the
Ogbe joined Niger Tornadoes at the beginning of the season from Mighty Jets technical adviser of the club. We wish him best of luck in his future endeavour.”
Head coach Hamza Abara has been drafted to take over as the acting Technical Adviser of the club.