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Pillars star ready to destroy Dolphins

29 June 2015, 07:31Soccer Laduma

Lagos - Kano Pillars forward, Tony Edjomariegwe has been speaking on how Dolphins will be beaten when the two sides meet in one of the Match Day 14 fixtures of the 2014/15 Glo Premier League season on Sunday at the Sani Abacha Stadium.

Edjomariegwe signed for Pillars this season from Nasarawa United and is yet to be a regular in Okey Emordi's team.

“I have always preferred to play only one season for all my previous clubs. It was my choice, a personal decision and a way of making my value worthwhile," he told npfl.ng.

“We are looking for a big win against Dolphins like we did to Giwa FC.

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“The team has resolved to resurrect the winning spirit we are known for after a poor start to the resumption from the break. The training in the camp has gone intense and I am personally pleased with what we are doing. On Sunday, we will definitely destroy Dolphins.

“It is true we lost woefully against Sunshine Stars, that is part of the game but we are not discouraged by that and have learnt a lesson that will lift the team."

The striker said he is enjoying a cordial relationship with his colleagues in Kano and commended the management of Kano Pillars for delivering on the welfare package allocated to the players.
“We are well motivated and it serves as a boost to our quest to retain the trophy we have won in the last three seasons,” he added.

- News24


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