It was a tough decision but it had to be taken. This was how former Warri Wolves General ManagerÂ Mike Idoko described his exit from the club he nurtured to national limelight alongside Pinnick Amaju (Delta NSC boss) with great support from Delta State governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan.
â€œTwo seasons ago, I had offers from clubs but I decided to stay with Warri Wolves because I felt the challenge to contribute my quota to the development of the team. Immediately after the last season, I had offers as well and this time it was very challenging and I am not one to run away from challenges.
I prayed about it and made some consultations and decided to take up the new challenge. That was why I left Warri Wolves. I had no problem with anybody. While there, I enjoyed my stay and I even still pray for them in my prayers.
â€œMy absence will not be felt by the team because they have a good administrator in Amaju, who was instrumental to the success of the team last season. He liaised with the governor and ensured that we lacked nothing and that propelled the team to greater heights. I believe they will do better this seasonâ€, he said.