Bala Abubakar pats his players on the back, despite derby defeat to Kwara United

Bala Abubakar pats his players on the back, despite derby defeat to Kwara United

Coach Bala Abubakar has refused to blame his players for the derby defeat Kwara United, but admitted that they should have gotten something from game.

Kwara United edged the Ikhon Allah Boys in the NPFL match day 15 encounter in Ilorin on Sunday.

Alao Danbani’s solitary effort earned the Afonja Warriors all three points in the North Central contest between the two familiar foes.

Alao Danbani who is in great form netted the winner in the 18th minute when his shot from inside the box beat Tornadoes goalkeeper.

“It was a good game by my boys despite the defeat, Kwara United are a quality side and it was a game of two familiar foes.”

“We couldn’t pick any point from our last two road trips, it’s understandable because its a game of football”.

“The team is still blending because it is sixty five percent entirely a new team and the banishment from Ilorin to Abuja has a little impact in our cohesion as a team.” Head coach Bala Abubakar said.

The former Kwara United boss also confirmed the club is considering moving out of Abuja — where they have been playing their home matches.

“The management is considering moving out of Abuja, but it’s either we go back to Kwara or Kaduna, once a decision is reached we shall all know.” He concluded.

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