Kwara United boss Abdullahi Biffo said most clubs in the country find it difficult to honor and respect Nigerian coaches.
Biffo said club managements hardly give coaches a second chance to turn bad results around and easily get kicked out of their jobs without notice.
The former Abia Warriors coach made this known while speaking in the Interview segment of FCT Football Update.
“Many clubs sign coaches, but they don’t respect the terms of the contract. A single mistake, they will immediately relief the Coach of his job. They will not give him the courtesy of interacting with them to discuss the terms of the contract and way out. You can even be in training and hear over the radio that you have been sacked”.
Continuing, the former Abia Warriors gaffer added that nothing is guaranteed in coaching as the profession is purely result-oriented.
“when you know that you are working on uncertainty, you hardly sleep well, and when you don’t sleep well, your health will be affected. You can sleep in a club today, and wake up in another tomorrow. There is a lot of uncertainty. And the administrators don’t care how you will survive when they kick you out without compensation. The administrators should look at that closely, and always give us all the due respect”. He said.
He also concluded by urging all administrators to treat their coaches with respect and love in order to get the best results for the team.
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