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No despair for Tunde Sanni



Former Kwara United head coach, Tunde Sanni will now have to stay out of the limelight until the second stanza of the coming NPL season where he hopes to find a job with a top flight team.

Sanni, who was at the helm of the Afonja Warriors last season before being put in the unemployment market, acknowledged that he is yet to get offers from any premier league campaigners.

“I am at home for now, but I hope to go back to active coaching after Week 9 as that would be the time when many teams would be seeking to replace coaches.

“I have not got any serious offer this year, but that does not worry me at all as life must go on even in tough times.

“For everything, there's a season and I believe when it's time, God will make a way for me,” Sanni said to supersport.com.

Last term, Sanni steered Kwara United to sixth position on the final standings, but management board of the club was not satisfied with that feat as he was replaced by Samson Unuanel who was in charge of relegated Ocean Boys.



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