NWPL: Coach George Emenitie of Delta Queens Quits after FC Robo’s draw

Delta Queens Head Coach, George Emenitie, has resigned after his team failed to beat FC Robo in Asaba last Wednesday. A source from Asaba told thenwfl.com that the coach made his position clear after the 1-1 draw at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba.

The Warri-born tactician joined Delta Queens about a year ago, leading them to the semi-final of the AITEO Cup and second on the log of Group A of the Nigeria Women Premier League at the end of the first round of games.

Speaking to thenwfl.com, George Emenetie made it known that he really enjoyed his time as coach of the ‘Okowa Ladies’ and will always cherish the opportunity to work with the team over and over again.

“I always love to work in a very conducive environment but in football, you don’t win every time, but of course an ambitious team like Delta Queens will expect victory all the time.

“We got to the semi final of the AITEO Cup and amassed five points from three games played so far, including an away draw in a difficult ground at Osogbo and a big win against Rivers Angels in Asaba.

“I thought I gave my best to the team and I was expected to win every time but couldn’t win against FC Robo and thought the best is to leave the club I really cherish. Emenetie told thenwfl.com

“I wish the team the very best and hope they get the ticket to play at the Super 4, we have a great squad and a lot is expected from them.” He concluded. Following Emenitie’s resignation, the management of Delta Queens has appointed Tosan Blackson as Head Coach of the club for the remainder of the season.

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