Nigerian coach Felix Nwosu is a free agent after parting ways with Somalia Premier League side Heegan FC and is available for new offers, preferable from the East African region. The 27-year-old former Gor Mahia FC defender has already attracted interests from Dubai, Qatar and Nigeria, onetheless, he is still leaving his options open for a deal closer home to his young family in Kenya. “All I need from them is to put my young family in the package.
The offers from Qatar and Dubai are juicy but I’m taking my time because I would prefer something within East Africa now so I can see my family often, or any deal that will include them,” Nwosu spoke from Tanzania where he met Yanga SC CEO Jerome Duforg.
He added, “My daughter is just two years old, and this is the period she needs me most.” Nwosu who joined Heegan July this year – overseeing 14
matches, nine wins, three draws and two loses spoke highly of his tenure in Somalia despite lasting just five months. Before leaving in November, he alluded to interference in his work an issue he didn’t take lightly, and was vocal against – putting him at loggerheads with his bosses and eventually leading to his contract termination in November. “I did a great job there but you know there are things that are not meant to be no matter how you try to keep them. So to save face and career sometimes you need to take drastic decisions; you have to stand your ground especially when you know what you are.
Story Courtesy: Sampson Adedeji.