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Plateau Utd turn to Danjuma

Plateau United have confirmed the appointment of former player, Christopher Danjuma, as acting technical adviser of the team.

Club supremo, Bitrus Bewarang, revealed this to supersport.com.

The former assistant coach of the women's Under17 national team takes charge on a one-year deal

“Danjuma is back to the team after his work with Nigeria’s Under17 women's national team. He’s a former player of the team and we’re happy to have him back,” Bewarang told supersport.com.

Speaking on the position of former Under17 and Under20 international, Patrick Mancha, who led the team to the last eight in the Federation Cup, Bewarang said: “Mancha is still with Plateau United. He will work under Danjuma as chief coach.

“Mancha did a good job with the team during the Federation Cup,” the former assistant Super Eagles' coach stated.

Bewarang expressed satisfaction that the duo who played under him have the task of raising the youngsters at Plateau United.

“They were my players at Plateau United in the 90s and it’s good to have them working together as coaches,” he told supersport.com.


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