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Enyimba draw excites Giwa FC coach

11 May 2015, 13:30

Aba - Giwa FC head coach Tony Bolus has described the barren draw at Enyimba as "a perfect result," Supersport reports.

The Tin City side were held to a goalless draw at two-time African champions Enyimba in the Glo Premier League match day 8 tie on Sunday at the Enyimba International Stadium in Aba.

Bolus said his wards were unarguably superb to hold Enyimba to a goalless draw in the hotly contested encounter.

Also read: Giwa FC aim to keep top spot

“The result is simply fantastic coming all the way from Jos to hold Enyimba to a barren draw in Aba.

“We’re 100 percent grateful to God for such a wonderful result and I’m quite satisfied with the hard-earned point on the road.

“Of course, my players must have been at their very best to play out a goalless draw, they’re truly fantastic.

“Enyimba proved themselves to be a very good side despite the fact that both sides were unable to find the back of each others' net.

“I think both sides actually merited the point got in the encounter. It’s a good one for us as it will further boost our confidence going into the next matches.

The point at Enyimba leaves Giwa FC second on the league log on 15 points from a possible 24 in the eight-week-old Nigerian elite league.

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