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Amokachi rues Fed Cup exit, promises improvements

13 August 2015, 13:15

Lagos - New coach of Glo Premier League side, Ifeanyi Ubah United, Daniel Amokachi says his team will improve after they were bundled out of the Federation Cup by fellow Premier League side, Nasarawa United.

Amokachi, who is yet to officially take charge of the team and was in the stand for the game, says the team will make improvements before the season ends.

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“It is quite unfortunate that we have exited the competition but I can assure you that we will make improvements as the season progresses,” Amokachi said after the loss to Nasarawa.

“These things happen and it’s football so you cannot win all the time but we will to ensure the team turns out well before the end of the season,” the former Nigeria striker posited.

Speaking further, Amokachi however added that he is yet to know the team but says he will liaise with technical director, John Obuh to have a better understanding of the team.

“I still don’t know the team yet because I just came in and everything is in the hands of our technical director (Obuh), but I will speak to him so I can have a better understanding of how the team is,” he added.

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