Fidelis Ilechukwu has confirmed his exit from Plateau United following the expiration of his contract.
Plateau United failed to qualify for the Nigeria Premier League Super Six playoffs and also failed to reach the Federation Cup final, losing to Rangers in the semi final.
Ilechukwu took charge of the Peace Boys in the 2021-22 NPL season.
The former Heartland gaffer thanked the management of the team for making his stay worthwhile and also for the care, love and support as he ends his journey in Jos.
“The team will always be in my heart for the dying Care, Love and Support I was shown since I arrived and I can say categorically that I felt at home all through my stay and that I will cherish for a lifetime.
“I want to use this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to everyone that has made my stay with this amiable and prestigious club Plateau United a friendly environment to work.
“I’m pleased to bid farewell at this stage of my career and I’m also very excited to leave the club in great hands.
“May the good Lord continually protect and guide each and every one in all ramifications of our life’s.” Ilechukwu wrote in a farewell message to the club.
Ilechukwu has been tipped to replace Abdullahi Maikaba as the new Rangers coach ahead of the new NPL season.