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NPFL: Enyimba takes on Kwara United without head coach, keeper

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Enyimba Football Club of Aba will be testing strength against struggling Kwara United in Ilorin without key members of the team in the ongoing Nigerian Premier Football League, NPFL, on Sunday afternoon.

 

Chief Coach of the Aba, Abia State Nigerian based team, Finidi George, is in Marrakech, Morocco as the interim coach of the Super Eagles, Nigeria’s national team, who will be playing Mali in a friendly, also today.

Also in Morocco with Coach George is Ojo Olorunleke, Enyimba’s first choice keeper but in North Africa with the national team.

Kwara United will seek to use this as advantage as it continues battle to move  from regulation zone.

 

The north central Nigerian team is currently fourth from bottom, still in the relegation zone while Enyimba is third on the league table.

 

Kwara United lost its last game with Sporting Lagos by 2-0.

Known to have shown vulnerability in its home turf, the Kwara team will have to do more to turn the game to its advantage.

 

 

 

 


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