Warri Wolves and Dutch coach Ard Sluis have parted ways after four months in charge of the Seasiders.
Sluis was appointed in March to change the club’s fortune after they crashed out of the Orange/CAF Champions League competition at the first round.
“Warri Wolves dutch coach Ard Sluis has tendered his letter of resignation to the management of the club, according to information available.
“Game in Makurdi was the turning point where he complained of being sabotaged and decided to travel in the players bus instead of his official car, and when the team got to Warri, he refused joining the team’s training on Friday, rather he went to Asaba to drop his letter of resignation to the chairman DSSC, and as such this is the end of his journey with the team,” former media officer Timi Ebikagboro explains.
Report says Coach Mansur Abdullahi will take over the helms of affairs as head of the technical department.
Warri Wolves will travel to Aba to face Abia Warriors in their next fixture of the Nigeria Professional Football League this weekend.