Former International, Sam Sodje has expressed his delight with the return of Atune Jolomi to Warri Wolves FC as new head coach following his unveiling in Warri, Delta state on Friday.
A pioneer assistant coach with the Seasiders, Atune Jolomi, known amongst the fans and supporters of the club by the nick name; “Mourinho”, the Warri born gaffer has been saddled with the responsibility of taking the club to the next level, the right decision according to Sodje.
“Warri Wolves is a big club with a rich history in Nigeria.The club has struggled a bit in recent times but the 2nd coming of Coach Jolomi should help the club bounce back to reckoning, it’s a long overdue decision”, the Ex-Super Eagles defender affirmed.
Coach Jolomi is currently an assistant coach with the nation’s under-17 men national team, the Golden Eaglets and was among the pioneer technical crew, that led the club to its first NPFL campaign under the leadership of late Coach Solomon Ogbeide.
Amongst top government functionaries at the unveiling ceremony held at the Warri city stadium were the newly appointed chairman of the club,
Neville Ambekederemo, Delta State Football Association Chairman, Ken Nwamucha, Sam Sodje, the Special Adviser to the Delta State Governor on Sports as well as coaches and players in the state.