He revealed that he had to look for another job because he was tired with always waiting to hear what the management of the Kaduna club would tell him. "It was a very frustrating moment for me. At the beginning of this season, I had a meeting with the management and they assured me that the State Government is ready to support the team. "I was also privileged to meet with some senior government officials and the assurance was that all will be well. Before I knew what was happening, without my knowledge they sold over 16 players. I decided I will still wait for them. But when it was becoming too much and there was no clear cut approach to how we were going to prepare for the season, I did some rethink and thereafter decided that I must leave the team. "At this time, the season started and I barely could raise a team to play the first game against Jigawa Golden Stars. The promises kept coming that my contract is secure that I will recruit good players when at this time the first round of matches had been played. "It got to a point where I could not bear it any longer and decided that I must look for a team that will always promise me that all will be well without any action. "Warri Wolves came calling and I did not hesitate to move because I know they will surely be better than Kaduna United," Cooreman said.