Kofarmata tips El Kanemi Warriors for 2017-18 Nigeria Professional Football League title

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The Borno Army attacker has declared his club’s readiness to vie for the league title when hostilities begin in January

El Kanemi Warriors striker Bello Musa Kofarmata is upbeat about their chances of lifting the Nigeria Professional Football League next season.

According to Kofarmata, performances in the ongoing pre-season and upgrade to the Imama Amapakabo-led side has convinced him enough to make the assertion.

“The acquisitions of a new coach and the new players we have brought on have given me the optimism to be happy and certain that we are going to have a fruitful campaign in the league next season,” Bello told Goal.

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"We are going for the league title and if we are unable to get the league shield I am confident that we are going to qualify for the continent.

“I can say confidently that we have a pack of very good players than we had last season and the way the team has been playing too since the new coach came on board is another reason for joy.

“We will give the remaining matches our best shot and hope that our performances will secure us a place in the semi-final

On a personal note, Kofarmata, in is season with the Borno Army, is targeting a flying start to the upcoming season

“I had some problems scoring as many goals that I wished to. I am yet to score during this preseason but I am hoping to do so as soon as possible.

“I will also like to help my team more. El Kanem I won’t just make up the number next season because we believe we have worked very hard to be placed among the top teams,” he concluded.   

 

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