Katsina United must shift attention to Nasarawa United tie, says Eleje

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The Chanji Boys’ midfielder has asserted that they have put their home win against Abia Warriors behind of the Solid Miners’ tie.

Katsina United’s Obinna Eleje has disclosed that the Chanji Boys were delighted with their home win over Abia Warriors after such marvelous preparation for the league tie but that they are focused on their mid week tie with Nasarawa United in Lafia as they continue their desperate bid to leave the relegation zone.

“We knew before the home clash with Abia Warriors that we must win it because of our other rivals. We held series of meetings and talked among ourselves to ginger us up and be ready for them. We are glad that the result of the match was favourable and we are now out of the relegation zone. We are going to Nasarawa United with the mindset that we can get a decent result,” Eleje told Goal.

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“We are all united towards one aspiration to remain in the premier league by the time the league season ends and we are sure we can achieve our objective with more hard work and seriousness on our part. Nasarawa United are tough anywhere the match is played and they will be having the support of their fans but we won’t let that affect us.”

Eleje pointed out that the players are pleased with the coach Baldwin Bazuaye led technical crew and that they are also happy with the way the management of the club has put their welfare first in all things and that they are ready to repay their loyalty with ensuring that Katsina United remain in the topflight at the end of the season.

Katsina United are 13th on the league log with 29 points from 22 games.

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