Plateau United Football Club of Jos have officially confirmed the appointment of Fidelis Ilichukwu as their new technical adviser.
The former Heartland head coach was unveiled Monday after penning down a two-year contract with the Peace Boys at the club office in Jos.
Also unveiled alongside the new technical adviser is his new head coach, Abdulazeez Hamza Abara who also signed a two-year contract with the club.
Speaking at the brief ceremony, Plateau United General Manager, Pius Henwan challenged the new coaches to brace up for the challenges ahead by winning the NPFL title for the government and the sports-loving people of Plateau State, stressing that the Club
remains a unifying factor for the people of the state.
He assured the new technical adviser and the chief coach of maximum support and cooperation to enable them to succeed as everything has been put in place to ensure their comfort while discharging their duties.
”Plateau People are very passionate about the club and that is why we don’t want you to fail during your time as a trophy at the end of the season or a continental ticket is always our ambition,” stated Henwan.
”The two previous coaches that left won the league title and yours should not be an exception. So I employ you to put your acts together and fashion out a winning template that will propel the team to victory.”