African Coaches Connect (ACC) announced on Tuesday that it had been informed of the ongoing issues surrounding the contractual dispute between Coach Tony Bolus, the Technical Adviser of Katsina United Football Club, and the interim management committee of the football club.
ACC reaffirmed its commitment to matters of coaches' welfare and well-being, assuring that all parties involved would receive reprieve after a thorough investigation, which the body stated was currently underway.
"ACC understands the importance of maintaining fair play, adherence to contractual agreements, and upholding the standards outlined by the Nigeria Football Federation and the Nigeria Premier Football League," the body said.
Eldred Sunju-Abbey, the President of ACC, stated, "Our commitment is to conduct a comprehensive review of the situation, considering all relevant factors and information. Our Legal and Advocacy team will work diligently to gather the necessary details and will keep all concerned parties informed."
Ethel I. West, ACC’s Director of Legal and Advocacy, who also serves as ACC’s General Coordinator in Canada, explained that ACC recognizes the significance of fair and just outcomes in sports-related matters.
She insisted that ACC is committed to upholding the principles of good corporate governance and administrative practices as outlined by FIFA, CAF, and NFF.