Abia Warriors coach, Abdullahi Biffo admits his wards could have played better despite beating Nasarawa United on Sunday.
The Ucendu Babes defeated the Solid Miners 2-0 thanks to a brace from reliable striker Sunday Adetunji.
The former Niger Tornadoes gaffer though, feels his side could have done better but was pleased with their efforts.
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“I'm satisfied because we demonstrated that we are solid. We could have played better but I'm happy,” Biffo told Goal.
“The game was just like the normal day when you try to impose yourself and you don't score too many goals. What matters most is the three points at stake.
“But for me, it was a group effort in winning, and I must give kudos to the boys for their positive approach to the game."