Nigeria National League side Vandrezzer FC have appointed Tony Bolus as their new Head Coach on a three-month contract.
The 51-year-old former MFM FC head coach joins with Vandrezzer hovering around the drop zone and has been tasked with ensuring NNL survival for the private outfit.
A club statement said Bolus was selected from a shortlist of coaches and he replaces Coach Madaki who had taken temporary charge of the first team in the last nine games.
Madaki has now been reassigned to one of the club’s academy centres in Nigeria, the statement added.
Bolus brings over seventeen years of professional coaching experience and has managed Giwa FC and MFM FC in the Nigeria Professional Football League. He was also an assistant coach at Rangers International Football Club where he was instrumental in leading the team to the league title in 2016.
He had been without a club after he was let go by MFM last year.
Bolus will meet with his players on Wednesday 5 May following which he will address the press at 4pm.
He will take charge of his first game when Shooting Stars visit the Agege Stadium this weekend.