Lagos – Taiwo Enegwea, Coach of Stationery Store FC of Lagos on Friday expressed satisfaction with his side’s 2-0 victory over 3SC FC of Ibadan at the 2013/2014 Nigeria National League.
The match was played on Thursday evening at the Onikan Stadium Lagos.
Enegwea in Lagos said that hard work and dedication to training preceded the team’s deserved success.
“I will say that our victory was as a result of hard work and dedication to training. The boys played well and deserved victory,” he said.
The coach assured their fans that the club would continue to win subsequent matches as they proceed in the league, adding that they would get better with each game.
Enegwea, however, said that he noticed some lapses in his boys attacking and defending formation, saying that he would ensure they improved on it as soon as possible.
Rapheal Onwrebe, a supporting striker with the team who also scored the first goal in the 37th minute, said that he was looking forward to his team winning the league.
“We played very well, so, I see no reason why it will not be possible for us to raise the trophy at the end of the day,” he said.
Onwrebe also said that he hoped to make a name for himself by emerging as the highest goal scorer during the course of the league.
Festus Ajah, a midfielder, who scored the second goal in the 67th minute, said he was certain that his team would improve on their performance with each match.
Ajah also said that if his team continued in the manner and dedication with which they played, they would certainly be promoted to the Globacom Premier League.
Meanwhile, Franklin Howard, Coach of 3SC FC, has applauded Stores for emerging victorious in the encounter.
“I congratulate the team for playing very well. From our encounter, I have been exposed to the weaknesses of my team and I need to improve on them,” he said.
Yomi Adigun, Captain of 3SC, said that he still had confidence in his team even though they lost because they did not concentrate very well.
Adigun said that once they return to Ibadan, they would work on their lapses and build a stronger team. (NAN)