Abia Warriors head coach Kennedy Boboye looking to add to 3SC’s woes

By Daily Sports on May 18, 2016

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Abia Warriors head coach Kennedy Boboye insists the resignation of Kadiri Ikhana as Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) head coach will detrimentally affect the chances of Ibadan-based club in the coming days.

News of Ikhana’s resignation filtered through on Sunday with the veteran trainer leaving his post just a few months after arriving from champions Enyimba.

Abia Warriors and 3SC go toe to toe in Ibadan on Wednesday in a match-day 18 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) contest and Boboye believes the absence of Ikhana gives his side an advantage.

“Ikhana’s departure from 3SC will affect their players psychologically and it is an opportunity for us to go there and compound their problems.

“We will go to Ibadan and do our best.

“The spirit at Abia Warriors is great and I am sure we will get something in Ibadan,” he said.

Abia Warriors currently sit in second place in the NPFL standings with 30 points from 16 matches while 3SC are in 18th place on the log with 17 points from 17 matches.

•Sourced from Supersport.com. Photo shows Coach Boboye.

Source Daily Sports

Posted May 18, 2016

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