Aig­bo­gun re­turns to lead Eny­imba

Weekly Trust - - Sport Xtra -

Eny­imba Foot­ball Club re-ap­pointed Paul Aig­bo­gun Tech­ni­cal Ad­viser of the club.

Aig­bo­gun, who has had two spells as Chief Coach and Tech­ni­cal Ad­viser of Eny­imba, re­turns for a third stint in a bid to guide the club to do­mes­tic and in­ter­na­tional suc­cess.

His ap­point­ment takes ef­fect im­me­di­ately, af­ter for­mal con­tract papers were signed on Wed­nes­day in a meet­ing with the club’s man­age­ment.

Club chair­man Felix Anyan­siAgwu told Eny­im­ the choice of Paul Aig­bo­gun was an easy one as he shares the club’s pas­sion for suc­cess, is fa­mil­iar with the ter­rain and will hit the ground run­ning.

“There have been strong spec­u­la­tions con­cern­ing our coach­ing staff, lots of names have been thrown, but Eny­imba has never been an or­ga­ni­za­tion to con­duct our op­er­a­tions on the pages of news­pa­pers or on so­cial me­dia,” Anyansi-Agwu said.

“We are a very metic­u­lous club that works dili­gently and qui­etly to achieve only the best re­sults. We have ap­pointed Coach Paul and have made the an­nounce­ment now, so too would we make other an­nounce­ments at the ap­pro­pri­ate times.

“I urge our fans to be pa­tient and un­der­stand­ing. We are work­ing very hard, as we al­ways do, to en­sure next sea­son is a suc­cess­ful one for all of us.”

Paul Aig­bo­gun and the play­ers will de­part Aba on Fri­day to be­gin pre-sea­son prepa­ra­tions.

Paul Aig­bo­gun

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