First Away Point Excites Supreme Court


Kogi coach, Osho

By Gracious Akujobi        Technical Adviser of Supreme Court FC Fatai Osho, has declared that his side will continue to press for better results after the Apex Boys secured first away point in the current league campaign which resumed on Wednesday across the country.

Poised to consolidate sterling performances in recent times, Supreme Court FC of Abuja held FRSC FC to a 1-1 draw in a highly tensed encounter decided at Keffi, Nasarawa State.

Host, FRSC began like a house on fire before they got a ninth minute goal but the Abuja-based side parading the likes of Eric Eric and Peter Michael in front got their equalizer, courtesy of a thunderous strike from Friday Jacob.

Delighted by his Boys impressive runs which have seen them win their entire test Games before confronting FRSC, Coach Osho who joined the club mid-season remarked “We dominated play for most part of the game and the fans were really pleased with our display. I’m really impressed with our showing.

“With four matches to go, we will keep doing our best until it’s all over. This is a match we could have won if not for the poor nature of the pitch but we are not too disappointed with this result as it is a tonic to spur the boys to better performance in the subsequent matches.”

General Manager of the club Tolutope Oguntimehin whose joy knew no bound attributed the result to hard work and steady support which the team have been receiving from the club’s management led by chairman, Sunday Olorundahunsi.

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