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Abdulrahman: We can't afford to drop points against Sunshine Stars

18 September 2015, 10:10

Abuja - Head coach of Kwara United, Tunde Abdulrahman, has hailed the performance of Sunshine Stars in the on-going Nigeria Professional Football League season.

He said they have amassed some good results that will make anyone frightened when they are coming to town but maintained his wards will not consider that this weekend.

The Owena Waves will be the guests of the Harmony Boys in Ilorin on Saturday in a match day 30 NPFL clash billed for the Kwara Stadium.

The former Wikki Tourists gaffer noted that his crew and players are aware of how important the game is to the soccer loving Kwara United fans.

Also read: Kwara United coach Abdulrahman thumbs up referee after loss in Kano

“We cannot afford to lose any more points especially at home even though we are working on our results on the road,” Abdulrahman was quoted by media officer of the club El Hakeem Olayinka Owolewa.

“Sunshine have been one of the best sides this season and they play attractive football.”

“We are preparing to deal with that when they come calling on Saturday.” “We want to win and we will do all we can to make sure we beat them.”

“We are not going to settle for anything except the maximum three points at stake”

“I want to call on our fans to come out in mass and also play a big role by getting behind the lads on Saturday,” Abdulrahman added.

Kwara United currently occupies the 17th position on the log with 32 points and Sunshine in 4th place with 47 points.

- News24


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