Management of Nigeria National League (NNL) side Delta Force have disengaged with the services of team head coach Victor Agali by mutual consent, just two weeks into the new league season.
Agali, former Nigeria international was in charge of AS Rascines, leading them to relegation from the NNL last season. He joined the Asaba based club before the start of this season but has paid the price for the team’s less than convincing start to the season.
Delta Force lost their opening game of the season 4-2 away to UNICEM Rovers of Calabar before drawing 0-0 at home to Osun United at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba on Sunday.
“There are no hard feelings. We had some irreconcilable differences so we had a mutual agreement to go our separate ways.
“We have one point from two matches and we know there is no room for excuses. He did his best and we wish him the best in the future,” Delta Force President Moses Etu told www.aclsports.com on Monday.
Our background checks at the club reveal that Agali might have lost the confidence of the management after many of the team’s existing players were reportedly sidelined by the former Hansa Rostock striker.
Agali’s position will be taken by former Iwuanyawu Nationale goalkeeper Wahab Haruna. Haruna’s baptism of fire will come next weekend when Delta Force visit NNL Group B 2 leaders Remo Stars.