Abuja - Former Akwa United coach Justin Tenger has revealed he quit his job as he felt the club’s technical director showed him little sympathy following the death of his brother.
Tenger said Charles Bassey’s lack of sensitivity following his brother’s passing caused him to walk away from the Uyo-based side, SuperSport reports.
Tenger said he stayed with his side to lead them to a vital point on the final day of the season. He said he helped ensure they maintain their Premier League status despite the death of his brother the night before the match.
The only sympathy I got, was a demand for the immediate submission of my technical report, Tenger said.
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