Ahead of Nigeria National League Match Day 5 clash with another South West NNL debutant, Ikorodu City FC, Osun Utd pacy winger has demanded for resilience and focus going into all important duel.
Having lost two away games so far, Omoluabi Giants hope to bounce back when the ‘Believe and Achieve’ side welcome ‘Oga Boys’ from Lagos. Still basking in the euphoria of their slim win over Gateway FC during the weekend courtesy of Ganiyu Adewara’s ferocious set piece, Obafemi Awolowo’s Pitch in lle-lfe, the adopted home of Osun Utd., will come alive again by tomorrow.
In its first midweek game this season, Omoluabi Giants are focused to seal maximum points for third time at home this season according to Pelumi Olaoluwa, one of the youngest lads in the squad.
The Olansile FA graduate believes the level of developments occasioned by Coach Tunji Baruwa’s tactical philosophy is highly commendable and he should be supported by all and sundry.
“My thoughts about tomorrow’s game is to try our possible best and get all the three points.
“I can actually say the government is really trying to motivate the players, but there’s room for improvements.
“The supporters are also trying their best at our home games, but we’re missing their huge presence in away games. We are really banking on their support in achieving together this season.
” My expectations is to try all we can do to make sure the team gain promotion this season. Kudos to the coach, for believing in me, I always try to learn from him everyday. The most important thing is to play to the coach instructions. As a team, the experienced colleagues are making us feel comfortable on and off the pitch.” Enterprising Olaoluwa who had the opportunity of being listed in starting lineup of every game this season informed.
Referee Ukasonaya Christian from Imo will be at the centre as he will be supported by compatriots from Ebonyi, Elom Joseph and lgwe Faith. The Kick off is 4pm as match updates return on the club’s media channels.