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Published On: Fri, May 23rd, 2014

Supreme Court FC unveil new technical adviser

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Less than 48 hours to the first match in the second stanza of the Nigeria National League (NNL), Supreme Court FC of Abuja have unveiled their new technical Adviser, Fatai Osho with a charge to improve on the club’s overall performance.

At the unveiling ceremony in Abuja yesterday, General Manager Mr Tolulope Oguntimehin who remained optimistic of the Abuja-based side in grabbing premier league ticket at the end of the season assured that no effort would be spared in getting the team to its desired position.

Mr Oguntimehin who was in charge when the club gained promotion from the Nigeria Nation-wide League (NNWL) to NNL last season maintained “we are still on course towards achieving our aspiration which is to finish top by the end of this season.

“Our coaches are still with the club. The appointment of Coach Fatai Osho is to bring in his depth of experience to bear having done it with some other clubs he worked with. The management of the club will continue to do its best to ensure that logistics are in place.

Responding, Coach Osho while taking a critical look at the club’s level of performance in recent times added “my target is not different from what the club wants. My aim is to make the team to come up and be among the contenders.

“Actually, the position at which the club is now is not that bad. All we need to do is to work out modalities to make things improve. With the philosophy I’m going to bring, the team will no doubt dominate their opponent at every point in time.”

Meanwhile, Supreme Court FC will on Saturday engage Kwara United in a return leg encounter in Ilorin.

The crucial game which is slated by 4pm is one of the first games to be decided in the second phase of the country’s division two league side.

The first leg match between Supreme Court FC and Kwara United ended 2-1 in favour of the Abuja-based team.


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