We're not in Lagos for sight-seeing' - Katsina United's Bazuaye warns MFM

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The Chanji Boys gaffer has issued a note of warning to the Olukoya Boys, stressing that they are not in Lagos for tourism

Katsina United coach Baldwin Bazuaye has warned MFM ahead of Sunday's meeting at the Agege Stadium, saying they should expect a tough match.
Having defeated Kano Pillars 1-0 last Wednesday, the Chanji Boys are looking to build on the home win as they face Fidelis Ilechukwu's men again after a 2-1 first leg win.
Though the tactician has lamented the injury crisis befalling his team, he insists that will not stop them from silencing second-placed Olukoya Boys.
“It’s a pity that both of them didn’t make the squad due to injury, but we have capable replacements," Bazuaye told media.
“If you could still recollect Chinedu was the one who opened the scoring for us in our 2–1 victory when MFM visited Katsina in the first round.
“I have a very good team who can challenge any team in the league, so MFM should expect a tough game.
“We have not come all the way from Katsina for sight-seeing in Lagos, we have come to give a very good account of ourselves and record a positive result here in Lagos," he concluded.

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