3SC coach happy with Enyimba draw

By Daily Sports on March 2, 2017

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 Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) head coach Fatai Amoo praised his team’s performance against former champions Enyimba.

The Oluyole Warriors forced the People’s Elephant to 0-0 draw in Wednesday’s top-flight matchday 11 clash at adopted ground UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar.

Amoo said the draw will help his side to forge ahead in the on-going top-flight.

“For us to hold Enyimba to a goalless draw is a huge achievement, irrespective of how other people see the result.

“The result is good for 3SC, the fans, supporters as well as the management.

“We must build on the result in our subsequent matches.

“Enyimba will always remain a good side given the array and quality of players in their fold. They played well but I say kudos to my wards for standing their ground.

“I featured about four players that have never played in the top-flight before and they proved their worth.

“Right now we have competition in the team and the entire team will be the biggest winner.

“My players actually performed well against Enyimba; I just pray they sustain the momentum in other matches,” said the former Sunshine Stars coach to supersport.com.

The draw at Enyimba adds the Ibadan landlords’ total earnings to 10 from possible 33 in the 11-week old top-flight with a game in hand against Enugu Rangers. supersport.com)

•Photo shows 3SC Head Coach Fatai Amoo.

Source Daily Sports

Posted March 2, 2017


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