Sunshine Stars head coach, Kabiru Dogo has disclosed that the targets given to him by the management of Owena Whales as a way of reviewing his activities at the end of the season are attainable if all in the club contribute their quota to make it possible.
The Owena whales parted ways with Henry Abiodun who acted as interim coach at the end of the season and they have filled up the vacancy with Dogo who resigned as head coach of Nasarawa United.
Dogo said he was moved to sign for Sunshine Stars because of what he was shown when he arrived Akure and that he feels he has something positive to contribute towards ensuring that the club ranks among the best in the NPFL.
He made it known that he was detailed to qualify the team for a continental slot and to also ensure that young players are discovered for the senior team from the feeder team.
“I have signed a one year contract and I will say that I am satisfied with the arrangement on the ground so far and I am looking forward to spending the season with Sunshine Stars,” Dogo told Goal.
“I will do my utmost to ensure that I work extra hard to make Sunshine Stars a club to reckon with. They are a club with tradition and they have played in the Caf Champions League and the Caf Confederation Cup before but things have not gone as expected in recent times. We will work together to ensure that Sunshine bounce back.
“I was told to get a continental ticket at the end of the season and to ensure that young players get to graduate into the main team from the feeder team. I am a lover of young players and I will ensure that I build a structure that will be talked about even after I might have left.”