Following the departure of Coach Bayo Adesina and his assistants, the club is said to have resolved in naming the substantial head coach before weekend.
The management on Saturday had shown the exit door to the trio after a narrow squeak culminating in a rough ride.
The shit further hits the fan as the club position on the log refused to improve with the end of the first stanza in sight.
A visibly angry fan told our source yesterday that, a tested and trusted gaffer should as a matter of urgency be installed to undo a cloud on the horizon.
Placard carrying fans were seen on Saturday in the game involving Omoluabi Giants and Crown FC during the half time, calling for the recall of Duke Udi the ex-international who left the club on a rescue mission to Sunshine Stars last season.
“Udi is a tested and trusted fellow, a crooner of merits above origin, the fighting spirit which he brought to this team has since been vanished into thin air. What happened in Ijebu Ode was a case of employee protecting his employer, I urge the management to give him a nod as we clamor for his second coming.” A humble fan told newsmen.
Duke Udi is presently unattached with any clubs after departing Sunshine Stars by mutual agreement earlier in the current campaign, awaiting the club to fully offset his bill.
“The signals have been coming sporadically for me to return. If the fans want me back, why wouldn’t I respond to their yearning? As a professional coach, I need to consider some things and I must say that the next two days would be a major determinant in this course.
“Osogbo fans welcomed me last time, I can never be an ingrate not to recognize their passion for the club. Seyi, I told you last time that the interest of the club should be in the front page of anyone’s diary.
” Fans and staffs of Sunshine Stars have been calling me endlessly to come back, it shows they appreciate what I did there. I have resolved to take the interest of my club as the priority anywhere I go.” Duke Udi informed.
Meanwhile, the duo of Coach Waheed Olapade and Rasheed Iyiola are expected to be in charge when Rovers of Calabar shall play host to the ‘Believe and Achieve’ Gladiators on Thursday at U. J. Esuene Stadium.