Supreme Court seek maximum points ahead Adamawa clash-Flatimes

Friday, 29 July 2016

Supreme Court seek maximum points ahead Adamawa clash

Supreme Court Football Club of Abuja will on Friday trade tackle with visiting Adamawa United in one of week nine matches of Nigeria National League, NNL with a resolve to crack out three ‘unhindered’ points inside Area 3 playground, Abuja.

The Abuja-based side after holding Wikki Tourist Feeders last Sunday in Bauchi will hope to step the tempo in search of NNL consolidation in front of supportive fans and Federal Capital Territory, FCT football association.

Ahead of the encounter, Supreme Court Chief Coach Hakeem Taiwo announced that the players are are battle ready after series of meager show in the first stanza of the league.

Taiwo further stated that with few good additions during the season break period, the team would not lose focus in an effort to marshal increased effort geared towards towering higher.

He added; “This season has been challenging but we are gradually coming up. The coaching crew is not leaving anything to chance. It is our desire to reclaim our place after some mistakes in previous matches which we played in the first stanza of the league.

“I must confess that officiating has been fair. And if the match officials will continue to officiate the way they did games, we will definitely do better.”

General Manager, Tolulope Oguntimehim had encouraged the team to remain committed in their mission to put smile on the faces of their teaming fans across the country.