Victory boosts Supreme Court FC

Ahead of match day 3 of the Nigeria National League (NNL) scheduled for tomorrow, head coach of Supreme Court FC, Henry Haggai, has stated that his side’s confidence has been tremendously boosted after they delivered a convincing 2 – 0 judgment against Sokoto United in their first home debut decided in Abuja.

With maximum three points in their kitty, Supreme Court FC of Abuja otherwise known as the Apex Boys are to depart the nation’s capital today en route to Bauchi where they are expected to put Wikki Tourists on trial in one of the midweek organized matches across various centres.
So far, Supreme Court FC have become the only team among other Abuja-based clubs to have recorded outright victory after playing two matches.

Despite posting an impressive performance in the last home encounter against Sokoto United, head coach Haggai said he would work assiduously with other members of the technical crew to correct noticeable lapses in their previous encounters, adding: “My immediate concern is how to strengthen the midfield which I believe will eventually reduce pressure on defence and create chances for better finishing.

“Thank God for helping us to win our first home game. The victory will no doubt spur the players to forge ahead.”
Tormentor-in-chief in the midfield against Sokoto United, Endurance Osaghai, whose combination with Ifeanyi Edochie produced positive result for their side, pleaded for a balanced and fair officiating as the season progresses.

“All I want to plead with the organisers is to provide an atmosphere of tranquility no matter where any club is playing. With fair play coupled with the quality of our players, we will gain promotion to play in the Glo-Premier League,” Endurance enthused.

His plea was collaborated by Supreme Court FC fans who have always campaigned “Give us fair play, no more win-at-all-cost syndrome in any match.”

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