Former coach of Kwara United Bala Abubakar has revealed the real reason behind his resignation stating expressly that the resignation was occasioned due to the complete neglect of the team by the management and government of the state since the outcome of the election.
Bala speaking in a chat with www.brila.net said the games left were still enough to salvage things and help save the club from impending relegation but stressed that all effort to get the attention of the management and government to the needs of the team has proved abortive without any show of interest or support from the owners of the club hence his decision to resign from his position as coach of the club.
“No, look at the table now, it’s not about the result because the gap between the team and the 4th and 5th place team is just four points.
The problem is the management is not even interested in the team again since they lost the election. They are not concerned about the team, I am just left alone so I just feel I shouldn’t put too much burden and pressure on myself since the owners of the club don’t even care about the team.
And even since I gave them the letter nobody has called me, I am chilling for now and will join the U20 camp later as planned.”
Bala had earlier at some point complained about the non-payment of salaries and wished the players all the best.
It will be recalled that the outgoing PDP Government in Kwara State led by Dr. Abdulfatah Ahmed lost their re-election bid to the ruling APC through a political movement known as #OTOGE.
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