Former Nasarawa United Coach, Kabiru Dogo has described his time at the Solid Miners as a huge success, thanking the club for their support all through his five- years stay, AOIFootball.com reports.
Dogo, who spoke to Aoifootball.com exclusively after the news of his resignation came out, said he left the club due to his contract expiration after the team crashed out of the semifinal.
“Yes it’s true that I have resigned as coach of Nasarawa United; my contract with them expired already and and we are already working on the modalities of my termination.
“My time here in Nasarawa has been amazing and I thank everyone who has contributed to the success of the club during my stay here,” Dogo stated via a telephone conversation.
The former ABS gaffer further revealed that he has already received offers from other club but will take his time before deciding on his next destination.
“Well for now, I have received some offers but nothing his concrete yet. Let’s just wait and see how it unfolds over the next few weeks,” Dogo concluded.
In his five years with Nasarawa United, Dogo led the club to the final of the Aiteo Cup in 2016 before guiding them to the second round of the CAF Confederations Cup.