Ukagbue parts ways with Remo Stars

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Uche Ukagbue
Uche Ukagbue

Nigeria Professional Football League debutant, Remo Stars Football Club, has parted ways with Chief Coach Uche Ukagbue, we can exclusively report.

The NPFL newcomers said it agreed with the Nigerian ex-international to amicably part ways.

Ukagbue was until his departure second in command to the technical adviser, Nduka Ugbade, and had been with the club for two seasons by which he played a key role in the team’s promotion to the elite division.

He won the Ogun State FA Cup with Remo Stars and took the team to the Round of 16 in the national Federation Cup.

Coach Daniel Ogunmodede, has been promoted from the team Youth Team to replace Ukagbue in the main team.

“It is always a very difficult decision to part ways with a coach, but I want to thank Uche for the commitment and hard work he has given our team over the years and wish him success in his career,” said one Remo Stars top  official.

When contacted the former Anambra United, FRSC FC and Gabros coach thanked Remo Stars President Kunle Soname for the opportunity given to him to serve the team.

The merchant tactician confirmed he parted ways with Remo Stars on mutual agreement and he is available for any team that needs his service.


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