Vice Chairman of Kogi state Football Association, Hassan Wada says the state-owned clubs – Kogi United and Confluence Queens will be reorganized following the decision of chairman Mr Abdul Adama to quit his post last Wednesday.
Mr Wada said necessary steps will be taken to ensure the state clubs remains focused on achieving its targets noting that the exit of Mr Adama will not dent the clubs’ aspirations.
“Well, it was unexpected (Adama’s resignation) but we have to immediately reorganize ourselves. What is key is stability, focus and hardwork,” Wada said.
On the disappointing ouster of Kogi United from the 2015 Federation Cup for the first time in over nine years, he said: “such is football and could happens to any team.”
Ahead of the new Nigeria National League season which kicks-off on April 19, the Kogi born football administrator confidently assured, “Kogi United will be ready and will surely do well.”