Lagos - Former Enugu Rangers coach Okey Emordi is excited to
be linked with the vacant coaching position of Glo Nigerian Premier League
champions Kano Pillars.
The position of head coach was left vacant following the
resignation of Mohammed Baba Ganaru who led Pillars to back-to-back victory in
the Nigerian league.
Emordi left Rangers at the end of the 2012/13 season after
leading the Flying Antelopes to a fifth place finish in the NPL, and sighted
poor management for his resignation.
“That’s a good development”, Emordi told News24 Nigeria.
“Pillars is a great team. They have been in the continent (CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup) and I have great respect for them”.
“I am ready for any challenge, and coaching Kano Pillars won’t
be a bad idea”, he added.
Emordi won the CAF Champions League with Enyimba in 2004.