Nigeria Women Premier League club, Royal Queens of Warri, Delta state, has endorsed the appointment of one of the first generation of Nigerian women’s football sponsors and technical experts, Elder Eddington Kuejubola, as the club’s Technical Director

NWFL Premiership side, Royal Queens FC Crest.

The announcement was made yesterday at the club’s secretariat in Warri, Delta state, as the new premier League club prepares to make befitting impact in the new season.

Elder Kujebola, the New Technical Director of Royal Queens FC.

Speaking yesterday on his appointment, the former Technical Director and proprietor of multiple Nigerian Women’s league champions, Ufuoma Babes Football Club of Warri, said, he is coming to re-enact the technical prowess exhibited by his former club during the progressive years of women football in Nigeria. A feat that gave the club the leverage to dominate the women’s league for a long time and also helped provided key national team players for over 20 years.

Royal Queens FC Players before a game

Kuejubola’s football technical expertise over the years has been very useful to the various top women’s league clubs in Nigeria and the national teams, as he regularly advised the teams’ technical bench on tactical matters which had been invaluable.

“Now, I am here to do just that for Royal Queens of Warri, whose management had showed seriousness in the business of running women’s football clubs in Nigeria.

“They are also particular about me helping to bring back the glory days of women’s football to Warri and Delta state in general, as it was the case in the era of Ufuoma Babes.

“The Nigerian Women Football League will generally witness marked differences in the premier League this time around with Royal Queens.
“The Queens will surely put up a respectable performance and make a point that women’s football is back in Warri. After Babes, now we have the Queens.

Kuejubola, with Ufuoma Babes aside from technically impacting on great Nigerian players like Uche Eucharia, Florence Omagbemi, Marvis Ogun, Patience Avre, Mercy Akide, Nkechi Egbe and host of other top players that became international stars, he also ensured the technical training abroad of some prominent Nigeria women’s football coaches. The likes of Napoleon Aluma, George Emenite and late Johnbull Emunotor were sent on foreign coaching courses to Brazil.

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August 13, 2020

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