We’ll not give up on NPFL title chase – Eguma

By Daily Sports on September 20, 2016

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Rivers United Coach Stanley Eguma, has commended his players despite their 1-0 defeat to Wikki Tourists in their Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) match day 36 on Sunday.

The Port Harcourt based side relinquished their NPFL leadership position following a late minute strike from Christopher Waziri, and the former Dolphins of Port Harcourt coach says his side will bounce back in their remaining two games in the season.

“We played very well but it was not to be in the end as they scored very late in the game,” Eguma told Rivers United Media

“We cannot complain, but we will continue to work hard to see that we achieve something positive at the end of the season.”

Rivers are second on the log with 56 points, one point behind leaders, Enugu Rangers with just two games remaining against relegation bound Abia Warriors and Akwa United. (NAN)

•Photo shows Stanley Egwuma

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 20, 2016

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