Ladan Bosso Set To Seal Two-year Contract With Adamawa United
By Niyi Busari
Former Ifeanyi Ubah coach, Ladan Bosso is in Yola, Adamawa State capital to complete his two-year contract as the Technical Director of Adamawa United, BSNSports.com.ng can report.
The former Abia Warriors head coach arrived the State’s capital on Wednesday to discuss personal terms with the management of the club.
Adamawa United ended the 2019/2020 NPFL season in the relegation mud. The team however escaped relegation following Coronavirus pandemic that brought the season to abrupt end at Week 25.
In order to fortify the club ahead of the new season, the state government appointed foremost football administrator, Emmanuel Zira as the Club Chairman who has geared up towards making appreciable impact ahead of the new season.
The fans of the Adamawa United Football Club were in jubilant mood on Wednesday at the Yola International Airport, as they celebrated the arrival of “the master”, Coach Isah Ladan Bosso, aboard Max Air.
Coach Bosso, who has handled different categories of the Nigeria national teams to different tournaments on the African continent and on the global stage, also coached so many top flight clubs in Nigeria with distinction.
Famous amongst his international exploits were his spectacular achievements with the U-20 and the U-23 national teams in the African continent and the global stage.
Coach Isah Ladan Bosso also had a fulfilling run with some top flight clubs like Kano pillars,Wikki Tourist of Bauchi, Abia Warriors of Aba, Gombe United, Elkanemi Warriors of Maiduguri, FC Ifeanyi Uba and Bayelsa United, where he took them to the continental stage amongst others.
“The Master” is in Yola to discuss personal terms with the Management of Adamawa United Football Club to complete two-year contract as the Technical Director of the team.” Emmanuel Zira told BSN Sports.
We are extremely delighted that Coach Bosso, who is also the current Chairman of the Coaches Association of Nigeria, has agreed to work with the club in this very important capacity.” He concluded.