Enyimba sniff trophy ahead of today’s Charity Cup battle with Akwa United

By Daily Sports on February 17, 2016

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Ahead of this evening’s Charity Cup battle with Akwa United FC of Uyo at the National Stadium, Abuja, Enyimba FC chairman, Chief Felix Anyansi-Agwu has reminded all that his team has a culture of winning trophies.

The NFF Executive Committee member stated without mincing words while talking to thenff.com, that his team expects nothing less than victory in the season-opening game.

“We have a culture of winning trophies, and that is something everyone knows and appreciates. For us, no trophy is small, and that is why we have a cabinet brimming with trophies.

“We have a special mentality with which we approach championships, and that is why we are Enyimba.”

The People’s Elephant, who won the Nigeria Professional Football League last season, go head-to-head against Federation Cup winners Akwa United FC at the nation’s main sporting arena.

Enyimba FC lost 0-1 to Vipers FC of Uganda in Kampala in the CAF Champions League at the weekend, while Akwa United won by the same margin away to Vita Club Mokanda in Pointe Noir, Congo.

This year’s Charity Cup match will start at 4pm.

•Photo shows Enyimba FC chairman, Felix Anyansi-Agwu.

Source Daily Sports

Posted February 17, 2016

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