Against reports in quarters that he was sacked, Folabi Ojekunle has stated that he resigned his position as Kogi United head coach earlier in the month.
The UK trained tactician thanked all those who were there for him in the emotional letter addressed to the club.
It was widely circulated in the Media space on Tuesday 26th July that the coach was sacked by Kogi United but he has come out to declare he actually resigned.
In the letter dated 13th July to management of the Lokoja based club, the ex Udala FC gaffer mused, “I wish to formerly notify you and management of decision to resign my position as the head coach of Kogi United.”
“I sincerely appreciate the opportunity given to me by his Excellency, the Executive Governor of Kogi State to act in that capacity.”
“I also thank the CSO, players, technical crew, backroom staff, Kogi SWAN, individuals, Kogites, Supporters Club and members of Lokoja Club for their support during my stay at Kogi United.”
“The club car in my possession has been handed to the secretary. I wish the club the very best in the nearest future.”
The next destination of Folabi Ojekunle is unknown as clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League and Nigeria National League have are reportedly interested in his services.
Ojekunle who has a UEFA B coaching licence should be making a decision on his future in a couple of weeks.