Abuja - The Association of Nigeria Premier League Club Chairmen and Managers (Club Owners) have charged the home based Super Eagles to go all out and beat their Burkina Faso counterpart this weekend in the CHAN qualifier match billed for the Adokiye Amasiemaka stadium in Port Harcourt.
The CHAN Super Eagles Squad is made up of players mostly from the Nigeria elite Domestic league, the Glo NPFL who were already in the garden city to face their opponents from Burkina Faso.
Club Owners in a statement jointly signed by Isaac Danladi and Alloy Chukwuemeka said, a special delegation selected from the Association and led by the Chairman would storm Port Harcourt to give the boys the needed support to win the match, as good Ambassadors of the Domestic league.
They charged the players and the technical crew led by coach Sunday Oliseh to put in everything possible to secure the maximum victory of the match with the highest assurances of total supports from the Club Owners.
Also read: LMC reschedules Match Day 34
Meanwhile the Association have expressed joy over the release of one of its members and General Manager of Dolphins FC Joe Johnson who was reportedly kidnapped last weekend in Port Harcourt.
Johnson was trailed by his abductors on his way to the Airport to travel to honour his Club's week 33 game against Giwa FC of Jos and was kidnapped before he got to the Port Harcourt airport.
Club Owners expressed joy over his release on Thursday and thanked all the parties who rallied round the family during the period of his ordeal.
It specifically thanked the security agencies, members of the Club Owners who stood and were in constant touch with his wife and family, Management of Dolphins FC and other spirited friends and Associates of the football administrator.
The Association however enjoined its members to remain prayerful and vigilant in the course of discharging their duties, just as they called on the security agencies to be more proactive in curbing the menace of kidnapping and armed robbery presently on the increase across the country.