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Plateau United must keep to instructions against Enyimba - Kennedy Boboye

7:45 PM WAT 13/02/2018
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The Peace Boys handler has charged his players to keep his instructions if they are to pick points in Calabar

Plateau United coach Kennedy Boboye has tasked his players to keep to instructions against Enyimba just like they did against Eding Sports in the Caf Champions League.

Goals from Ogene Elijah, Sunday Ngbede and Joshua Obaje gave the Peace Boys a commanding three goals lead going into the return leg tie in Cameroon but the tactician has charged his players that they must maintain the same level of professionalism against the People’s Elephant if they are to secure away points.

“I have to praise the effort of the players for the way they played against Eding Sports. It was not an easy match as the scores suggested,” Boboye told Goal.

"We had to fight really hard before we were able to get the goals. The Cameroonians came with huge players and this helped them in the second half when they dominated possession.

“We are done with the game with Eding Sports and must concentrate on our next game with Enyimba before we can start thinking about the return leg. Enyimba are very tough side any day and we must be vigilant against them.

“My players must listen to specific instructions if we are to leave Calabar with at least a point. We were spot on with our sense of judgement against the Cameroonians and we must do likewise to get something out of our game with Enyimba."