Former Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) of Ibadan player, Ademola Kudaisi, has joined the club’s technical crew for his internship.
Atee, as the diminutive, skillful midfeilder is popularly known, featured for the Oluyole Warriors on two occasions, and in between had stints in Lebanon and South Africa.
After hanging his boots, Kudaisi, a former Julius Berger of Lagos player, who was a torn in the flesh of oponents during his playing days, decided to go into coaching.
Having concluded his coaching course, the ex international, has returned to the club that brought him to limelight for his internship.
Kudaisi, in a chat with the Shooting Stars’ Media, said his decision to choose 3SC for his internship, was because of the club’s culture, which he enjoyed while playing and the expertise of coach Gbenga Ogunbote, under whom he is optimistic of learning more.
While appreciating the management of 3SC for giving him the chance to practice what he learned in the classroom, Kudaisi expressed optimism that his stay as an intern in the team, will make him a better coach in future.
Recall that the likes of a former assistant coach of the team, Kabiru Alausa, Abayomi Adigun and Kola Ige, who are presently members of the club’s Technical crew, also served their internship with the Oluyole Warriors.