Nigerian trio of Maduka Okoye, Samuel Kalu and Tom Dele-Bashiru have got a new manager at their club, Watford.
The new manager, Chris Wilder arrived after the sacking of Slaven Bilic a few days ago after a poor run of results for the English championship side.
Watford confirmed the appointment through a note on their website on Tuesday night which reads;
“The Hornets are pleased to confirm the appointment of Chris Wilder as Head Coach on a contract until the end of this season.
“An experienced manager at both Premier League and Championship level, the 55-year-old has overseen successful promotion campaigns at several clubs; notably taking Sheffield United from League One to the top flight in the space of three seasons.
“Wilder then led the Blades to a ninth-placed finish on their return to the Premier League, the club’s highest league position in nearly 30 years.
“Having begun his managerial career with Alfreton Town and Halifax Town, Wilder achieved his first promotion with Oxford United, guiding the U’s to Conference Premier Play-Off glory in 2009/10.
“He then won the League Two title at Northampton Town in 2013/14, earning his first of two ‘Manager of the Season accolades.
“Joining Sheffield United in 2016, Wilder took his boyhood club from League One to the Championship with the automatic promotion in 2016/17, then delivered promotion to the Premier League in 2018/19, winning his second ‘Manager of the Season award in the process.
“Most recently manager at Middlesbrough, Wilder joined the Hornets with immediate effect and with 11 games remaining in the quest for promotion from the Sky Bet Championship