Abuja - Kwara United head coach Tunde Abdulrahman has been given a
three-match ultimatum to save his job, reports reaching News24 indicate.
Negative results against Bayelsa United, Enyimba International FC and FC Taraba
could see the management wielding the axe.
Management of the club are believed to be unhappy with the performance of the
coach who is under intense pressure following the side's inconsistent display
in the on-going Nigeria Professional Football League season.
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The reports say the former Wikki Tourists and FC Taraba coach must turn the
tables around in their next three games or faced being shipped out.
Kwara United have struggled for flair and consistency this term after winning
only four games out of 12.
The side's 1-1 draw at home to Lobi Stars last Sunday has not helped matters
for Abdulrahman who is now gasping for space as pressure continues to mount.
Kwara United will travel to Oghara to face Bayelsa United in the week 14 of the
Nigeria Professional Football League on Sunday.