Osho quits role as Akwa United head coach with farewell message

Fatai Osho has reportedly quit his role as head coach of Nigeria Premier Football League club Akwa United on Monday.

Osho joined Akwa United at the start of the current campaign but the Promise Keepers have struggled under his tutelage this season.

The former Enyimba FC gaffer appreciated the Chairman of Akwa United, Elder Paul Bassey in a farewell message to the club.

“Sir, I can’t thank you enough for my time at Akwa United FC. You’re a rare breed that deserves all happiness and success. We gave it our all but it was not to be.This temporary set back will be followed by unimaginable success. I will forever appreciate you for who you are. A nice man.

God bless you and Akwa United FC family abundantly. #SuccessAwaits” Osho wrote.

He becomes the fourth coach to lose his job this season. Christian Obi (Heartland FC), Tony Bolus (Katsina United), Hamza Abara(Niger Tornadoes) were the previous three.

The former NPFL champions are seated 17th in the relegation zone with 14 points from 14 games this season, having recorded only three wins all season.

Akwa United lost 1-0 to Heartland away from home in matchday 14 of the NPFL.

Edwin Okon is expected to take charge of the Uyo based team in an interim basis.

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