Abubakar Bala, an Assistant Coach with the Flying Eagles, on Tuesday in Minna, Niger State said he resigned as Kwara United Football Club’s Head Coach due to personal reasons.
“I resigned based on personal reasons I cannot disclose for now,” Bala, an indigene of Chachanga Local Government Area of Niger State, told the News Agency of Nigeria.
He however disclosed that the Ilorin-based club’s management was yet to acknowledge his resignation.
He said: “I have tendered my resignation letter, but I have not heard from them.”
NAN reports that Kwara United FC are currently placed 10th in the 2018/2019 Nigeria Professional Football League Group A with 20 points from 17 matches.
Bala revealed that his immediate plan was to rejoin the Flying Eagles, the national under-20 male team, which would soon be at the FIFA Under-20 World cup in Poland.
NAN reports that the World Cup will hold from May 23 to June 15, with Nigeria playing their first Group D match against Qatar on May 24 in Tychy.