A board member of MFM FC, Godwin Enakhena, has debunked reports in the media claiming the club’s head coach, Tope Bolus and his assistant Yemi Olanrewaju, had resigned.
Enakhena also refuted claims that the Lagos-based club were in crisis after a poor start to the 2020/21 season.
“I’ve received calls and messages from sports-loving Nigerians and the media in respect of MFM FC. There is no crisis,” Enakhena wrote on his Twitter handle.
“The management will speak on this any moment from now. I just spoke with the head coach, Tope Bolus and he has not resigned.”
The media officer of the Olukoya Boys, Wale Quadry, also said both coaches had not left the club.
He said, “The head coach had only asked for time to attend to personal issues, which the club granted. That’s the situation of things. I don’t know where the news of him resigning came from.
“The management is not aware of any resignation and hasn’t appointed anyone to replace them.”
MFM currently sit 14th on the NPFL log after nine matches, winning two, four draws and three defeats.