Thursday, November 26, 2009

Bosso Knows Fate After December 5

After December 5, the fate of Wikki Tourist’s head coach, Ladan Bosso, would start to receive attention before the management of the Globacom Premier League side, understands.
An official of the club told that the club would review the performance of the team after December 5 when the four-match ultimatum handed Bosso runs out seven days from Saturday.
The last run into the ultimatum served Bosso begins in Owerri on Sunday when Wikki Tourist confronts 2009 CAF Champions League finalist, Heartland Football Club.
The challenge before Bosso would be complete on December 5 when Wikki Tourist plays host to Gombe United at the Tafawa Balewa Stadium in Bauchi.
“After our game on December 5, the management (of Wikki Tourist) would sit down and review the last four matches of the team based on the target given to the technical adviser of the team (Bosso). For now, no decision has been reached about the future of the technical adviser until after the game on December 5.
“For now no plan about his future with the club until the last game of the four matches. The club would sit down and look at the performance of the coach and team and then determine on the next line of action, which would be in the interest of the club,” the official quipped.
Since the four-match ultimatum was given Bosso by the management of Wikki Tourist, he has guided the side to two games and both against Zamfara United and Sharks Football Club have ended in draws.
Another club source, however, told that the management of Wikki Tourist is so far satisfied with the performance of the side in its last two games though they have ended in draws.
But the trip to Heartland FC would serve as a massive test for Bosso’s men and irrespective of the outcome, the source hinted that the former Flying Eagles’ handler could still remain in the saddle as head coach of the club until the end of the season.
At the end of the season, the club would take stock of his performance based on if he can guide the side into one of Africa’s club championships.

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