We won't give up, insists Gombe's Usman after Taraba defeat

The GSS, Gombe goalkeeper believes his side still have a chance to secure the qualification ticket despite defeat to the opponents from Jalingo

Mohammed Usman is confident Government Secondary School, Gombe can still qualify for the national finals despite losing 1-0 to Government Secondary School, Taraba on Friday.
Abdulhamid Muhammed's lone strike for the Jalingo boys saw the qualification ambition of the Gombe side suffer a setback at the Government Day Technical College field.
And the Gombe goalkeeper insists no hope is lost yet, assuring his side will get set to secure victories over Yobe and Adamawa respectively on Saturday.
"We are so happy that we won our first match. I believe it is a sign of a new beginning," Usman told Goal.
"Winning our first game was a good sign. They will say good beginning will bring good ending.
"We didn't anticipate that the game was going to be tough, but it was good we have three points in our bag.
"In our remaining two games, we want to do everything to win. We are not giving up yet at all. As a team, we will get prepared and hope to do better to win on Saturday.''

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