Abia Warriors head coach Okey Emordi has called it quit as the club’s technical adviser just after some months in charge of the Umuahia based club.
The Nigerian ex-football player resignation comes less than 24hours after his side loses to visiting El -Kanemi in the week 9 game of the NPFL.
Emordi, who guided Enyimba Fc to a CAF Champions League success in 2004 joined Abia Warriors after a top-flight assignment, taking over the managerial responsibilities of C.O.D United Football Club.
In a letter addressed to the Chairman of the club, Chief Emeka Inyama stated that Emordi said he had to leave the following series of poor results.
El-Kanemi loss means Abia Warriors have lost four of their nine league matches this season and maintain just 11 points so far.
Abdullahi Biffo, who is Emordi’s assistant is to take over with immediate effect, as his first game in charge will be an away match against Akwa United this weekend.
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