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Enyimba Captain Udoji promises consistency on the continent

23 November 2015, 07:45

Abuja - The 2014/2015 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champions, Enyimba's captain Chinedu Udoji has promised the fans of the club there pull be a high level of consistency when the People's Elephant hit the continent.

Udoji, 26 who was the 2015 Federation Cup final to see Lobi Stars play Akwa United led Enyimba to its seventh NPFL title last season.

"First let me congratulate the 2015 Federation Cup champions, Akwa United. They truly deserve to be champions," Udoji said to News24.

Also read: Abia Warriors Chairman, Inyama congratulates NPFL champions, Enyimba

"We have been very consistent from last season and we are resting at the moment, we want to take this form and concentration to the continent. The expectations are very high and I'm promising our fans that we shall maintain this form and show deep consistency on the continent next season," Udoji stated. 

Nigerian clubs have continued to struggle on the continent and since 2012 no Nigerian club has played in the group stage of any competition on the continent but Udoji insisted that such situation won't mount any pressure on his team.

"The last remains in the past and right now we are looking into the future. It's sad that no Nigerian club has played in the group stage since 2012 but like I said earlier we are looking into the future with so much optimism. That's why a preparation template has been set out. We shall make Nigeria proud, that I promise," said Udoji.

- News24


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