By Adeboye Amosu:
Kennedy Boboye has quit his role as head coach of Nigeria Professional Football League outfit, Plateau United following the expiration of his contract, Completesportsnigeria. com reports.
Boboye spent two-seasons with the Jos club leading them to win a first NPFL title last term.
Plateau United however failed to make an impact this season losing their title to Lobi Stars and exit the Aiteo Federation Cup in the round of 16.
They also failed to make it to the group stages of the CAF Champions League, exiting the competition in the first round.
Boboye previously had stints with Sunshine Stars Football Club of Akure and Abia Warriors.
‘‘I have parted ways with Plateau United, my two years contract has elapsed,” Boboye stated in a statement on Fridat.
“It is really a great feeling to have worked with such big team like Plateau United, it was a wonderful experience I must say, it is sure going be a memory that will not fade all through my lifetime.
” I want to thank most especially the technical director, coach Ahmed Ibrahim aka coach Bros for the wonderful support giving to me all through my stay with Plateau United and also the General Manager Mr Pius for his kind gestures.
“I can’t forget my players who stood by me, they were part of my driving force without the players support I wouldn’t have achieved these much.
“And also not forgetting to a big thank u to the wonderful fans of the club for their relentless support.
“We were like a family, in the rain, in the sun, in every stormy challenge we stood firm with each other, having our hand together to fight to reach our goals and dreams together.
“Deep down inside, I feel blessed having worked with Plateau United, it is a nice moment I will never forget in a hurry.’’
It is not immediately clear if the former Nigeria international will be linking up with another club.