MFM FC coach Fidelis Ilechukwu has resigned his post after 10 years at the Lagos club.
He will be the second coach to quit after the end of the Nigeria premier league season on Sunday after Mohammed Babaganaru also resigned as Kano Pillars handler.
The young coach said he quit because he was unhappy with conditions at the church club.
“The way things were going at the club were not okay with me,” he said.
Ilechukwu was in charge in MFM first season in the Nigeria top flight.
The Lagos club are yet to know their fate as regards relegation after the match between Plateau United and Heartland on Sunday was not concluded with scores at 1-1.