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[Nigeria] I Left Enyimba Because The Environment Was Becoming Hostile – Coach Usman Abd’Allah

Former coach of Enyimba International of Aba, Usman Abd’Allah has revealed the reasons why he left people’s elephant.

Coach Abd’Allah left Enyimba after his side 4-0 humiliation in Jos by league leader, Plateau United.

According Abd’Allah, he left Enyimba because the environment was becoming hostile for him.

“I think I’m fed up with the club, i even offer to leave before the group stage and we sat down and talked and i said ok whatever is the case let us try and make the club go into the group stage and we can sit and think of something better.

“So we spoken with Anyasi and Anyasi said ok because the working environment is becoming very very bad, hostile and very aggressive”

” Most of the officials are my problems because they keep on interfering in that job and that’s where you can find my stubbornness because you can’t interfere into my job, is not possible”

“In Enyimba, what ever you do they take the credit but whatever faults that comes in they always look for a scape goat”.

” So Instead i stand on my distance, when I lose I take the responsibility and when I win I don’t care whoever takes the responsibility and whenever something goes wrong,and I make the decision, I make the full responsibility, that’s what I supposed to do” Said Usman Abd’Allah

Coach Abd’Allah talked about the poor welfare of Enyimba management, the coach said the management don’t care about him, the players or anyone else as they do suffer in the airports during the club continental games is one those reasons he took the decision to leave the Defending champions.

Coach Abd’Allah won the Nigeria Professional Football League title in 2018/19 season, finishing first ahead of his state club Kano Pillars and he is now the head coach of Wikki Tourist FC of Bauchi.

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