Former Nigeria international Eddy Dombraye has been relieved of his duties by Nigeria Professional Football League side Lobi Stars on Sunday.
The club made the announcement via its official Twitter handle after they suffered a home 2-1 defeat at the hands of Abia Warriors on matchday 18 of the current NPFL campaign.
Aftermath of the home defeat by Abia Warriors..The Vice Chairman of Lobi Stars FC has just announced the dissolution of the technical crew.
Coach Eugene Agagbe announced interim Coach to be assisted by Goalkeeper coach Sam Addingi.
Details shortly. pic.twitter.com/KSLn1eU4z9
— Lobi Stars Football (@LobiStarsFC) March 13, 2022
In addition, Eugene Agagbe will take the place of Dombraye and will be assisted by Goalkeeper coach Sam Addingi.
Dombraye took over from Kabiru Dogo who left for Wikki Tourists as the Makurdi side’s new head coach ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
The former Bendel Insurance striker, in his debut managerial stint in the top-flight, only managed to lead his side to garner 19points from 18 games (an average of a point per game).
Meanwhile, a run of poor results which they suffered three consecutive defeats culminated in his dismissal as the club currently sit in the bottom four.
The 42-year-old becomes the fourth managerial casualty of the season after Shola Balogun (MFM), Hassan Abdallah(Heartland) and Kennedy Boboye (Akwa United).
Lobi Stars will begin life after Dombraye when they travel to face Enugu Rangers next Sunday.