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We will keep fighting - 3SC coach

We will keep fighting - 3SC coach

15 May 2019, 15:00

Despite assuming a commanding lead in the Nigeria National League (NNL) Group B1 table, chief coach of Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) Edith Agoye said his team will keep fighting till the race is finally over.

The Oluyole Warriors lead the pack in Group B1 with ten points from four matches, four points more than their closest ruvals, Bayelsa United and Giant Brillers who both have six points each.

Going into the second round with that comfortable lead, Agoye insists his team will not relax but put in more efforts to win the group in style.

"The victory over Osun United and the loss of Abia Comets to Giant Brillers have helped to extend our lead over other teams in the group, it is a good development

"However, that is not a licence for us to relax, we will remain focussed and strive to get the much needed results in our remaining matches because it is not over, until it is over", the former Gateway FC sweat merchant asserted.

On the victory over Osun United in Osogbo, Esin as the gaffer is fondly referred to, described the win as massive, stressing that the South West derby triumph, which did not come on a platter of gold, has boosted the confidence of the team.

 

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