NPFL: Awoyemi Dream victory over ABS

By TUNDE SHAMSUDEEN

Assistant captain of Remo Stars Football Club, Awoyemi Abiodun, has urged fans of the club to expect a good performance this Sunday when they battle Abubakar Bukola Saraki Football Club in the NPFL match day 13 fixture at the Gateway International Stadium, Sagamu.

Describing their loss away to FC Ifeanyi Ubah during the week as painful, Awoyemi said they have gotten over it and will concentrate fully on their remaining games.

“We are not happy with our performance against FC Ifeanyi Ubah in our Match Day 8 of our rescheduled game in the league. We traveled with a positive mindset but got carried away at the end of it all.

“I want to apologise to our fans and we hereby assure them of positives in our coming games starting from Sunday against ABS FC.

“No doubt, the Saraki Boys are also a good side but with our commitment now, we can assure you that they will be punished when we play them.

“I also want to use this opportunity to appreciate our fans for their support overtime and plead with them to keep supporting us because we need them more.”

Remo Stars will be without high flying captain, Victor Mbaoma, who is injured but Awoyemi assured that other strikers will fill the vacuum left due to his injury.

The Sky Blue Stats are 20th on the log with 9 points from possible 36 points.


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