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Osun babes and Osun United get new cabinets reshuffle

Osun United's NPFL Promotion Bid: Management's Role and Challenges Ahead

Ganiyu Muftau

The two football clubs owned by Osun state government, Osun United and the female football team Osun babes got fresh appointments. The government has taken a step to reshuffle the board of the two biggest football clubs in the state.

Adebayo Adesina as been appointed as the Osun United fc team manager. The position was occupied by kabiru Adekunle before he left the role and proceeds for another career. Tope Akinbade also appointed as the new Osun babes team manager.

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Osun babes also get new coach in the person of Wole Animasahun. Osun Babes has been relegated from Nigeria women football league since last year. This fresh appointment will make impact on the team. They’ll be gearing up to bounce back from relegation to the Nigeria women football league. All this appointment takes immediate effects.

With the new appointment of the new team manager for Osun United, it’s very important that the new leadership will work for the betterment of the club and help the club to secure their future ambitions.

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Osun United are in contention for the Nigeria National league super 8 playoff they will be hoping to qualify if they have good results in their remaining two matches.

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