Oyekale, Udi, Sanni, 19 others grilled for Prime job


Ex-internationals Oladunni Oyekale, Duke Udi, Tunde Sanni, Kayode Julius, and  Kazeem Babatunde, are among those grilled for the vacant jobs at Prime Football Club.
Twenty two coaches went through rigorous screening and interview exercises on Monday for the post of chief coach and assistant coach that became vacant at the end of the 2015/2016 Nigeria National League season.
Coaches that were cross-examined at the Conference Room of the Oshogbo Township Stadium are former Shooting Stars coaches Hakeem Busari, Tunde Odubola, Olumide Ojebode, Kazeem Oseni, Kunle Sipebi, Emma Okoroafor, Bayo Adesina, Ajayi Obe, Adedotun Abdulkabir, Adekola Gbadamosi, Ishola Babatunde, Fesojaye Tajudeen, Oseni Babala, Adebayo Kabir, Adewumi Moses and George Ederekunle, were all drilled.
A substantive Head Coach and assistant coach will be named at the end of the exercise this week or early next week.
Speaking with Prime FC Media the Secretary of the management committee Layi Adesiyan, expressed excitement at the exercise and vowed that the best among the coaches will be picked.
He said the report of the interview will be forwarded to the club management for ratification, and the management board will decide and release the names of the two coaches that will be employed.


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