NPFL: MFM FC Set To Unveil Tope Bulus As Head Coach
Following the exit of Coach Fedelis Ilechukwu after over one decade in Mountain of Fire FC, the management of the club is ready to unveil Coach Tope Bulus, as the new head Coach of the team.
The Kogi born tactician and former Giwa Football Club Gaffer who won coach of the month two consecutive times in the Nigerian Professional Football League, 2015/2016 season with Giwa FC of Jos has been appointed as Chief Coach of MFM Football Club of Lagos.
The Management of MFM football club made it known to the members of Mountain of Fire and Miracle Miniseries worldwide the requirements for the appointment of the new tactician that will take over from the loyalist Fidelis Ilechukwu. That, qualified and interested members are encouraged to apply as “MEMBERSHIP” is core prerequisite for appointment of MFM Football Club Coaches and other officials.
Bulus won NPFL tittle with Rangers international of Enugu as assistant coach to Imama Amapakobo in 2017 with positive contributions and impacts
Bulus led the Regional branch As a dedicate member of Mountain of Fire and Miracle Miniseries, he took up a volunteer job with MFM Abuja grassroot football to keep himself busy for the passion he has for football coaching. In the same 2018, Tope won Dr. Olakoya National Football Competition with MFM Abuja Zone in Lagos.
In the just concluded Nigeria National League (NNL) season, Tony took over a newly promoted team and sustains the second division slot for Malumfashi Football club, Kastina by finishing third position in their group
As noted by Easysport Professionals, after careful considerations, Tope Tony Bulus has the needed requirements for the job and has been appointed as Chief Coach of MFM Football club of Lagos. A big-shot in the management of MFM FC who pleaded to remain an anonymous also confirmed the appointment of Bulus as the new Gaffer of the club.
Meanwhile, the arrangements of contractual obligations of the appointment are ongoing, while official unveiling ceremony is scheduled to hold at Temple of Soccer, (Agege Stadium)…. before the fans of Olukoya Boys.