The circus of FC Taraba continues as former Super Eagles midfielder, Nduka Ndubuisi, who was fired towards the end of last season Glo premier league campaign, has rejoined the Jalingo boys as head coach.
The club management in a bid to arrest their insecure position in the ongoing Glo premier league season, is bringing back the coach that started their top-notch division struggles 2013/2014 season.
Ndubuisi was shown the exit door under cloudy circumstances towards the end of last season and his assistant, Tony Ogharanduku, was brought in to steady the team off relegation.
The spokesperson of FC Taraba, Martin Odiete, informed Goal.com about the development as the management of the club under Tijani Babangida has affirmed its support for the progress of the team.
“We have appointed Nduka Ndubuisi as our new coach. He is not new to us having worked here before he left for Ogharanduku,” Odiete told Goal.com. “We have re-hired him and have told him to focus on taking us away from the relegation zone.
“The management has expressed the willingness to work with Nduka towards ensuring that the club remain in the elite division at the end of the season.”
FC Taraba are at the base of Nigeria premier football league table with 12 points from 18 games played manage to have two wins six draws, losing 10 matches scoring 16 goals, conceding 27 goals with a goal difference of -11.
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