Go Round’s Ngozi Elechi sets NPFL agenda

The newcomers are battling for survival at the base of the Nigerian topflight, but their manager is bullish of their chances in the second round

Ngozi Elechi believes Go Round will bounce back to life when the Nigeria Professional Football League resumes after the World Cup.

The Omoku based side has endured a torrid season in the Nigeria topflight and they sit a place above the relegation zone.

However, he believes his side will clear their mess when the league resumes – as every game would be treated as important.

“If we win against Katsina United in our next game we will have 32 points and may not be far off from the teams at the top,” he said.

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“All we need to do is to concentrate. Every game is important for Go Round.

“I am confident that in the second round, Go Round will do well,”


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