Wolves' Moses Etu Mocks Ladan Bosso
Warri Wolves’ Media Manager Moses Etu Mocks Abia Coach Ladan Bosso
The Media Manager of Warri Wolves FC, Moses Etu, blasts Ladan Bosso and offers suggestions to the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF).
In a interview Etu said it's important to include the Technical Adviser of Abia Warriors, Ladan Bosso, amongst those to attend the upgrading course in London as the former Flying Eagles coach has lost touch with trends in modern football.
Reacting to a statement credited to Ladan Bosso in one of the sport dailies calling on LMC to sanction Warri Wolves, the Media Manager of the Seasiders, Moses Etu, said he's really surprised that Bosso is crying wolf just to save his face because he has lost touch with the trends in modern football.
Etu insisted that Bosso has never seen such crowd in any stadium in recent times and he was overwhelmed by what he saw. Rather than finding a solution to the dwindling performance of his club he was busy admiring the crowd, according to Etu.
Etu further said Bosso was lucky that the team just returned from a tedious journey that took its toll on them, if not, his team would have been easily beaten.
"The present squad we have at Warri Wolves FC can ground Abia Warriors FC any day, anytime and anywhere.
"We don't belong to the same category. We have proved many times that we are equal to the task this season and ready to confront any team," said Etu.
"I really pity coach Ladan Bosso because one can understand his frustration in recent times. He has not won anything and his team cannot be regarded as a force in the Country.
"When you count the top four teams in the country, you must mention Warri Wolves, and in the continent we have also proven that.
"I want to appeal to the NFF to include him with those to attend the next course because he has lost touch with modern trends in football.
"Moreover, he has not seen such a large crowd in recent times so he was overwhelmed. What I expect him to do now is to look for a way to redeem his image rather than trying to hide under the guise of any other thing.
"He was lucky that the team just returned from a long journey, otherwise they would have been grounded and we have the squad to put them where they belong," said Etu.
Meanwhile, Etu has commended the club’s fans for standing by the team and urged them to keep faith – especially in the match against AC Leopards from Congo. He claims that the boys have made up their mind to play the game of their lives come June 6th.