Night game won't be a hinderance to us - Mustapha

By Daily Sports on April 15, 2016

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Wikki Tourist captain, Ibrahim Mustapha is confident that their night match against MFM FC won't cause any hindrance to their playing style.

Mustapha insisted that the Bauchi-based team have come to Lagos for the maximum points.

"I don't think there would be any problem about playing at night. To get used to the night feel we trained twice at night in Bauchi before we left for Lagos," Mustapha said 

"We've done everything possible in terms of preparation to secure victory and I'm sure we shall get it."

Wikki made the long drive from Bauchi to Lagos. They got to Lagos late Wednesday night, rested and trained on Thursday ahead of the tonight showdown which is set to kickoff by 7pm at the Agege Stadium. (goal.com)

- Photo shows Wikki Tourist Captain, Ibrahim Mustapha

Source Daily Sports

Posted April 15, 2016

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