Pressure is mounting on the management of Warri Wolves to change their coaching staff after the club’s dismal run in the NNL Super Four.
In pre season games the Seasiders have struggled to find their bearing with defeats to Enyimba (5-0), Rangers (1-0) and Akwa United (1-0).
The club failed to win a game at the recently concluded NNL Super Four in Enugu.
Ngozi Elechi was appointed to tinker the team for the 2019/20 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season but the management believe he should be accountable for the poor results for the simple reason that he’s the head coach.
The management are disappointed and are under a lot of pressure to do something drastic.
Elechi is responsible for the team and thus 100% accountable for the poor results. The problem, though, is that there’s no replacement immediately available. It is no use letting your coach go when you don’t have somebody to take charge, somebody you know is definitely going to get results.
Some argue that over and above their striking problems, the club may have been too quick to dismantle the side that won promotion last season, with the result that much work – tactical and team-building exercises – would have been needed to gel the many new signings from around the country.