Coach of NPFL champions Plateau united Kennedy Boboye has stated that it is not yet game done and dusted despite his side’s 3-0 advantage over Eding Sports.
Coach Boboye is expecting his lads to continue firing from all cylinder as they take on the Cameroun side in the second leg tie of the CAF champions league preliminary round.
Boboye was speaking to brila.net ahead of the away game in Cameroon said they will ensure they do their best to see out the tie after two legs.
“I don’t think it’s a game over yet, we’ve seen situations where teams come back even with higher margin,” Boboye stated.
“We are not done yet, we will complete the job with another win in the second leg,” the Coach concluded.
The Plateau United’s Coach was named Coach of the year in last night’s AITEO/NFF Awards after guiding the Jos-based side to NPFL Glory in the 2017/2018 season.