Tragedy struck the Nigerian football family over the weekend as former Nigerian star and coach of Nationwide League side Ajuma Ottache lost her life.
She was said to have gone back and forth trying to take care of a muscular disease but ended up losing the battle to death on Saturday November 10.
Ottache was until her death one of the best qualified female coaches Nigeria ever had Ex-Nigerian star and Goodland Rangers FC head coach Ajuma Ottache has been reported dead.
Before her death, she was the only woman managing a man’s club in the Nigerian Nationwide League before passing on Saturday, November 10.
She was said to have been battling a rare muscular disease which resurfaced while on national assignment during Flamingos last qualifying matches in Benin city died midday on Saturday.
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