By Adebayo Williams
Nigeria Professional Football League side Plateau United have unveiled former Sunshine Stars boss Kennedy Boboye as the club’s new coach. Boboye replaces United’s former coach Zachary Baraje who resigned following the team’s eighth place finish last season. He has been handed a two-year contract and has promised to “dedicate my life to fight” for the club.
“I’m thankful to be given this opportunity. I want to management of Plateau United for the opportunity to manage such a great club,” Boboye told Goal.
“I promise to dedicate my life to fight for this club and defend the great principles of Plateau United on and off the field.
“I have coached Sunshine Stars who are a solid team in the west, I have handled Abia Warriors who are a big threat in the east. Now I am at the biggest in northern Nigeria.
“I have to work, I have to prepare a team, I have to adapt to this club. It will not be easy but I will do my utmost best, when you see my career you can see I have what it takes to excel.”