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NNPC/Shell football competition: Ibadan coach expresses hope of lifting cup

Date: 2014-04-27 11:06:21

LAGOS – Olumide Ojebode, coach of Brightville College, Ibadan, said on Friday that he was sure that his team had the best squad, compared to other participating teams in the ongoing NNPC/Shell football competition

Ojebode said that his team had not conceded a single goal since the tournament began and hat they were determined to keep their record that way

“I believe in my boys because they are determined young lads who know their onions and would prove their mettle at the tournament.

“You cannot but agree with me that our team has an impressive record of not conceding a goal to any opponent since the tournament started,” he said.

Brightville College defeated Government Model Secondary School, Kontagora, Niger, 2-0 at the NNPC/Shell Cup, All Nigeria Secondary Schools Football Championship, to qualify for the final

The quarter-finals of the championship started on April 25 and would end on April 27 at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

Kehinde Kehinde, a 16-year-old, SSS-2 student – striker of Brightville College, also said that he was confident that his school would lift the trophy at the final.

Kehinde said that he was presently the highest goal scorer with a record of five goals at the tournament and reaffirmed his determination to increase it

“Firstly, I thank my coach and my team because football is not a single event but a team event, so the goal is dedicated to everyone.

“We all work together and I get to finish the job well,” he said.

Meanwhile, Yusuf Jankidi, the coach of Government Model Secondary School, has blamed his boys’ loss on poor officiating, saying that they were robbed of their chances to win.

Jankidi said that the referee awarded a penalty that was not supposed to be given in the second half of the match.

“I am highly disappointed with the level of judgment of the referee. He awarded a penalty that was not supposed to be.

“The penalty was played and it was caught by our goalkeeper but the referee ordered that it should be taken again, giving some flimsy excuses that I did not understand.

“Well, what has been done has been done but we are grateful that we at least made it to the quarterfinals. It proves that we are a good team,” he said.

Ekene Richard, a 16-year-old, SSS-2 student – a midfielder of Government Model Secondary School, however, said that the better team won.

Richard, who also complained about the officiating, said that his team also had equal chances of scoring, but failed to utilise them. (NAN)



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