Sunday, September 19, 2010

Dolphin battles Plateau Utd to keep coach

Two Premier League sides, Dolphin Football Club and Plateau United, could be locked in a prolong battle for coach Nduka Ndubuisi, ahead of the 2010/2011 season, can reveal.
Ndubuisi has been a subject of an off-season transfer talk to newly-promoted side, Plateau United in the past two weeks.
The former Heartland Football Club is reportedly one of the six shortlisted names for the head coach job at the Jos-based side.
But Dolphin FC is now ready to fight to keep Ndubuisi and it is understood that top officials of the club are open to holding talks with the unsettled coach, who was spotted in Jos recently. knows that Ndubuisi met with officials of Plateau United on becoming their team’s next coach before the start of the coming campaign.
Ndubuisi has denied meeting with Plateau United saying that he had only gone to Jos to pay his family a visit after staying away from them due to his season-long engagement with Dolphin FC.
“I have friends and family in Jos and I have lived there for most of my life so I go there whenever I am free,” began Ndubuisi in a recent interview with the official website of the Premier League. "But you know your colleagues in the media who are always looking for stories so they made this up.”
However, the General Manager of Plateau United, Bitrus Bewarang, is said to have assured Ndubuisi that his return to the club will be a fruitful one, as the Plateau State government has shown interest in the appointment of a new coach.
Ndubuisi is yet to disengage with Dolphin FC since the Port Harcourt side owes him contract fee for last season, and he has said he is still in the payroll of the team.
“I am still chief coach of Dolphins and if there is any change the whole world will know since it cannot be hidden," he said. 
Ndubuisi left Plateau United in 2004 to team up with Heartland and in 2006, joined Sharks Football Club before he moved to Dolphin FC in 2008 to become assistant to Stanley Eguma.

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