Heartland coach Fidelis Ilechukwu has said he will remain at the NPFL club despite being owed five months’ salaries.
In a chat with brila.net, the former MFM boss said it is not in his nature to jump from club to club, and as such, would want to continue establishing his philosophy at Heartland.
“My staying is going to be a Heartland decision, because I am not that type of coach that wants to be running around from club to club. I suffered a lot to build my philosophy and it took me months here (at Heartland) to build the philosophy.
“So, going to another place may not be the best for me because I love this place, the fans love me, they welcomed me, they’ve treated me well, especially in this pandemic, the kind of love they have shown to me from their places to make sure that I feed. They showed real love (to me).
“Probably, with that condition, I may stay in the team because the most important thing is when you believe that they love you when you believe that you have their support because I got all their support before this pandemic.”
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