Former Gombe United coach, Bernard Ogbe has said even as nothing much has been heard of him in recent times, he is not done with coaching the game that brought him fame.
After falling out with Mighty Jets over unpaid salaries, the Benue State born football tactician has been on what he called sabbatical.
However, in a brief chat with Daily Trust, the former Lobi Stars and Niger Tornadoes coach said he still has a lot to offer Nigerian football and would not hesitate to come out of his self imposed break once he receives the right offer.
He said having handled so many clubs in the domestic league, he has a clear idea of how most of the clubs operate so he is not ready to accept just any offer.
Ogbe maintained that his sabbatical period has availed him the opportunity to rest fully and study the system the more so that when he returns, he would avoid some of the bitter experiences.
“It is true I had some bitter experiences while coaching in the league but that is not to say I am done with the profession. I still have a lot to offer the game.
“I like coaching and I cannot quit when I am yet to go even half way. I will still come back and continue from where I stopped.
“The truth is that I have been around long enough to know how the system in the country operates. I have learnt how to look well before I leap,” he said.
Ogbe added that with the signs of improvement in the domestic league, he believes the time to stage a comeback is here.
“I can see some signs of improvement in the management of the league. Maybe one day, some of the ills that bedevilled the league may be things of the past”.
Ogbe had also handled Plateau United and Enyimba FC of Aba.