LATEST: Fidelis Ilechukwu Pens Farewell Message To Plateau United, Set For Rangers Job

Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu have thanked the management, staff fans and supporters of Plateau United for their support, time and sacrifice towards him as manager of the side.

Ilechukwu who has spent the last two seasons at Plateau United, missed out on a place in the NPL Super Six playoffs tournament and the was able to reach the Federations cup finals with the Jos based side.

“I want to use this opportunity to to express my sincere appreciation to everyone that has made my stay with this amiable and prestigious club, Plateau United a friendly environment to work”.

“My special appreciations the club’s immediate past General Manager, Mr. Pius Henwan, the Technical Director, Ahmed Ibrahim, my dependable assistant coaches/backroom staff, my gallant players and of course my ever supportive fans on the Plateau, thank you so much for accepting me and also for the experience of being a member of your big family”, Ilechukwu added.

He Continued ”The team will always be in my heart for the dying Care, Love and Support I was shown since I arrived and I can say categorically that I felt at home all through my stay and that I will cherish for a life time.

I’m pleased to bid farewell at this stage of my career and I’m also very excited to leave the club in great hands.

The young tactician is being considered by Rangers International owners to switch allegiance to them considering his vast knowledge in the league.

Last Month, it was strongly reported that, Ilechukwu will replace Abdul Maikaba, who left the Flying Antelope after his two year contract expired with the Enugu based side.

According to sources, it is expected that Fidelis IIechukwu will be unveiled as Rangers New Head Coach in the coming days.

Prior to his sojourn in Jos with Plateau United, Coach Ilechukwu distinguished himself in the NPFL following his stint with MFM FC.

He also managed Heartland FC of Owerri were he saved the club from going down relegation despite financial difficulties.

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