Newly appointed Niger Tornadoes manager Bernard Ogbe, Says his aim is to build a solid team that will challenge for honors in seasons to come.
The former Mighty Jets handler replaced sacked Erasmus Onu two weeks ago has been in charge of training activities at the Minna based team.
Ogbe insists the players must adapt to his philosophy of they are to have a future at the club.
“We have started work and have intensified our build-up to the start of the season. We have been able to settle down for business,” Ogbe told Goal.
“I have told players that are indolent and not open to corrections to find a new club because it won’t be entertained at Tornadoes. We have made some adjustments to the team and have dropped some players while some new ones that we know too well are coming to replace them.
“I do things on merit and what I want to achieve is to ensure that we have a very strong Tornadoes that can compete with rest of the teams in the top-flight.
I am excited that they got to the final of the Federation Cup last year and I believe that we can still re-enact it.”He added.