Felix Anyansi-Agwu quits as Enyimba boss
Barely one week after winning a record 7th Nigerian Premier League title, Enyimba FC of Aba chairman, Felix Anyansi-Agwu as quit as chairman of the club.
Anyansi-Agwu revealed that winning the title gave him the perfect time to quit, as he had been under intense pressure to do so for a while now.
“Intense pressure from people who felt that I have stayed too long as well as consideration for my health are the reasons I felt the right time to throw in the towel is now after seeing the side win an unprecedented seventh league title,” Anyansi-Agwu said to supersport.com.
“The pressure on me to quit has been unprecedented despite quality results I have garnered within the period.
“I have given everything in me to see Enyimba succeed and if the place I come from has suddenly begin to hurt some people I think the sensible thing is to give way and allow some other people to come in and manage the team.
“I have set record as chairman of Enyimba and for me whether or not in the service of the club the key for me is the survival of the club.
“Football is a system thing you just need a conducive atmosphere to work and when such condition is lacking you must give way.
“Imagine if your son is always taking the first position in class and suddenly people ganged up by saying that your son’s teacher must be stopped from teaching your son the signal is clear that they are up to something ominous.”