Heartland football club coach Fidelis Ilechukwu has said he’s looking forward to fortifying the Nazi Millionaires club with grassroots players ahead of next season.
Ilechukwu told brila.net in a chat that he met the club not having enough players, and as a grass-roots coach, he discovered almost twelve spaces of players in the club needed to be filled up but now, he has closed down the gap remaining 6 spots to be filled up, Ilechukwu said.
”I came to Heartland and met only twenty-one players on the ground so, we still have about maybe 14 space,
“We are looking forward to bringing some players which I have done maybe, trying to bring in, for now, like six players.
Ilechukwu left Lagos-based club MFM after 13 years to join Heartland FC, ending his storied stint at MFM FC where he worked his way to become a highly-rated coach.
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