NPFL: Warri Wolves Coach Claims Sabotage About His Career

Published on: 16 July 2016

Dutchman Ard Slius has claimed he is being sabotaged at Nigeria league club Warri Wolves amid serious speculations regarding his future.

According to competent sources, Slius has already tabled his resignation even as the club insist he has not quit.

Yet another source said the Dutchman will take charge of the team’s weekend game after which he will be replaced by another foreign coach.

The club's former media officer Timi Ebikagboro said the coach tendered his letter of resignation to the management of the club on Friday.

The beginning of the end of his sojourn with the team was in Makurdi where he complained of been sabotaged.

"Warri Wolves Dutch coach Ard Slius has tendered his letter of resignation to the management of the club, according to information available,” disclosed Ebikagboro.

"Game in Makurdi was the turning point where he complained of being sabotaged and decided to travel in the players’ bus instead of his official car, and when the team got to Warri, he refused joining the team's training on Friday, rather he went to Asaba to drop his letter.

"Letter of resignation to the chairman DSSC, and as such this is the end of his journey with the team."