The Nigeria topflight outfit has dismissed claims that the club would be hiring an expatriate to handle the team ahead next season’s outing
Management of Sunshine Stars has canned reports that the club would be employing the services of a foreign coach to handle the team ahead of next season’s campaign.
An undisclosed top official of the team was quoted in the media that the Owena Waves are keen on replacing coach Kennedy Boboye who resigned his post with an expatriate after a ‘disappointing season’.
And media officer of the team told Goal that the hearsays are untrue stating that in due time, some topnotch Nigerian tacticians will be screened before a substantive handler in announced.
“Sunshine Stars have not told anybody that the club will be going for an expatriate to handle the team and we are not even thinking towards that direction,” Bankole told Goal.
“As far as we are concerned, we had a good season and were just unlucky not to have secured a place in any of the Caf club competitions.
“Right now, we are still reviewing our outing for last season and will surely map out strategies to do well next season.
“For the coach, he is certainly going to be a Nigerian. We have qualified coaches in the country, so why are we going for an expatriate who is interested in fat pays?
“Very soon, we will screen the names we have on ground and anytime soon, we shall name a capable replacement for coach Boboye,” he concluded.
Sunshine Stars finished sixth in the just concluded season despite starting the campaigning on a blistering note.