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Fed Cup: Obuh will take it one game at a time

23 July 2015, 14:38

Lagos - Coach of Ifeanyi Ubah United John Obuh says he is taking the games as they come, rather than thinking of the final following his side’s 4-2 win over FC Taraba in the round of 16 of the 2015 Nigeria Federation Cup.

The win over fellow Premier League side, FC Taraba, means Ifeanyi Ubah have progressed to the round of eight of the competition with just two more steps to the final, but Obuh says he would rather concentrate on their next game and isn’t thinking of the final just yet.

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“I am not thinking of the final just yet,” Obuh told News24 after they beat Taraba on Wednesday in Abuja.

“We have to think of our next game because that is the most important game for us. We have to win the next game and the one after that before we think of the final.

“So for now, no thoughts on the final until we are actually in the final and then we can think about it,” Obuh stressed.

The ‘Anambra Warriors’ as they are also called, was recently bought over as Gabros by billionaire businessman, Ifeanyi Ubah, but renamed the club after himself.

This is their maiden season in the top flight as Ifeanyi Ubah United, and they currently sit 8th on the Premier League table.

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