Former Akwa United coach, John Obuh, is not mulling over his exit from the Nigeria Professional Football League side, as he targets a quick return to management.
The 59-year-old tendered his resignation as Akwa United technical adviser on Monday following the club’s dismal start to the season, as the Uyo based outfit mustered just two wins, four draws and three losses to sit 15th on the NPFL table.
In an interview with our correspondent, the former Golden Eaglets coach said he is eager to get back into management and showcase his qualities with another top NPFL side.
“I am not disturbed by the manner of my exit. In short, I don’t want to entertain unnecessary comments and distractions,”
“I have left Akwa United and that is just it, nothing to add to it.
“However, I am eager to return to management, hopefully very soon. I won’t be sleeping at home doing nothing, no, I will return to what I love doing, which is coaching.
“I intend to get another job with a top NPFL side where I can showcase my managerial qualities,” he said.
Jibril . O