By Akin Bolarinwa
Mike Idoko, the former Vice Chairman of Lobi Stars may get a fresh start with the club, if the state governor Sam Otom listens to the voice of the masses.
Supporters and fans are poised to embark on a peaceful protest in and around Makurdi, if Mike Idoko is not returned to the team.
It was reported that most of the fans who are not happy with the way the club’s inexperience management have been handling the team, issued an ultimatum that Idoko must be restored to his position before the start of next season.
According to them, “the affairs of the club since Idoko left has been on a downward trend with nothing to write home about” says an angry supporter.
Lobi Stars, having been under performing since Mike Idoko left and the team faces relegation worries in this year’s NPFL games suffered another set tback that consequently put the technical crew and players in immense pressure and paged on half salary.
The fans are calling on the former League winners to help save the club from playing in the lower division next season.
Idoko is one of the most experience football managers in the history of Nigeria league and his records at Sunshine Stars and Lobi Stars at the Continental level remain untainted.