Tony Bolus has ended his relationship with Nigeria National League (NNL) side, Vandrezzer Football Club with less than a year in charge of the club.
The 52-year old former MFM head coach was appointed on May 5 of 2021, replacing Coach Madaki who had taken temporary charge of the team first nine matches.
Bolus, who helped The Lions maintain their NNL status with a 6th position finish and garnered 27 points in the process also guided the team to clinch the Lagos State Association Cup Title, becoming the first coach to win a major Trophy for the club.
The announcement of his exit from Vandrezzer was contained in a statement released by the club on Friday.
“The Management of Vandrezzer FC wishes to thank coach Tony Bonus for his contributions to the successes of the club in the last NNL 2020/2021 football season”, The club statement reads.
“Coach Bolus served the club as the team head coach in the latter part of 2021 season. He led the team through to the end of the season, finishing 6th place on the league table; this ensuring we remained in the league during the most turbulent moments for the club in 2021.
“He went further to engrave his name in the annals of history by leading the team to win the coveted Lagos FA cup 2021; which marks the first ever trophy of Vandrezzer FC who entered the Nigerian football arena just two years earlier.
“As Coach Bolus moves on, we wish him the very best and more successes in his coaching career.”
This article was updated 12 months ago