Confluence Queens coach Ogbonda Whyte has stated that the interference report attributed to the management of the club ‘was blown out of proportion.’
Some media outlets reported that the Coach alleged that he wasn’t allowed to perform his duties by the management of the team.
However, if his latest statements are anything to go by, the coach has stated the issue ‘was blown out of proportion.’
Speaking to Newsmen on Friday, Ogbonda Whyte said: “I think my statement was exaggerated. The whole issue was blown out of proportion.”
“I love my job, the Confluence Queens team, management and fans of the club.”
“Some things happened and we make a big deal of something that isn’t. Some may have jumped to certain conclusions which isn’t fair.”
“Since I joined this club, the support has been encouraging from the management. We have all worked in harmony. I am very grateful for being part of this great family.”
The former Rivers Angels Assistant Manager apologized to the management of Confluence Queens for the embarrassment that the report brought to the club.
“I have always been dealt like a professional here and this is something I really appreciate so much. I am using this medium to tender my apology to the management of Confluence Queens for the misunderstanding the report brought. We make mistakes and try to learn from it. I have learnt my lessons.”
The Lokoja based side started the 2020/21 Nigeria Women’s Football League (NWFL) top tier campaign with a 1-1 draw with Rivers Angels at Confluence Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. And the coach was satisfied with the performance of his wards and called for more support from teaming fans of Confluence Queens as they battle for the CAF Women’s Champions League ticket at stake.
“We wanted more against Rivers Angels but grabbed a draw at home. My wards really tried their best to pick maximum points.”
“I’m satisfied with the level of their performance. We would go back and correct the lapses noticed in the game.
“Our target still remains picking the CAF Women’s Champions League ticket.
“All we need is support from our fans who haven’t stopped believing in this crop of players,” he concluded.