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[Nigeria] Royal Queens Appoints Experience Coaches, Shows Gratitude to ex-coaches

Former Coach of Warri Wolves Mene Paul has been confirmed as the new head coach of Nigeria Women Premier League side, Royal Queens Football Club of Warri.

This is coming after the resignation of Coach Abayomi Olorunda who guided the team to secure promotion to the Premiership and assistant Airemen Ehis.

The Management extended their gratitude to both Abayomi and Ehis for guiding the team to secure promotion to the top-flight in 2019 and wish them well.

The newly appointed coach of Royal Queens FC Paul Mene who started his coaching career in 2009 was an assistant coach for NPFL side, Warri Wolves FC and has managed different NLO 2 side like Iwere FC, Sporting FC and Akoma FC.

The management also appointed Abonyi Ifunanya Patricia who last worked with Rangers Intl FC Team B as the new assistant coach of the club.

Both coaches wealth of experience will help Royal Queens achieve desired goals and targets as the team prepares for the fast approaching league season.

 

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