Bala Nikyu blames exit of top players for Nasarawa United’s poor performance in NPFL

Bala Nikyu blames exit of top players for Nasarawa United’s poor performance in NPFL

Coach Bala Nikyu says he has no problem with the three-match given to him by the management of Nasawara United.

The former National team handler made this disclosure after the Solid Miners 1-0 defeat to Shooting Stars on Sunday.


The result leaves the Solid Miners in 14th position with 22 points, four points behind Shooting Stars who advanced to 9th.

“The game has been played, won and lost, and that’s what it takes.

“Being given a three-match ultimatum is an internal arrangement that you should sit up to do the work – it’s no condemnation as the work is still ongoing.” He said.

On the reason behind their struggle this season, Niyku blamed it on exit of quality players.

“We are done with the first stanza of the league, we hope to bounce back better and stronger in the reversed stanza – in fact, we are not under any threat, whatsoever.

“Well, we lost about twenty-two players last season, and the crop of players we have now are doing their best to stabilize in the club, which I know they will as we head into the second round of the league, and during that period, I hope we won’t be conceding early goals like we did in the first phase.”

Nasarawa United restart their season against Shooting Stars Sports Club at the Lafia Township Stadium next month.

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