Adamawa United Manager Justine Madugu is happy with his 2-0 win over Rivers United in Kaduna on Sunday.
Hassan Surajo’s 11-minute opener and, Fabian Nworie’s own goal in the 39th minute was enough to guard the strugglers to an important victory.
“We have not had it easy since I took over the team, we’re working on how we can improve the team with every match the boys kept doing their best but the result were not forthcoming but we keep hopes alive that the result will come someday and I’m happy for them today.” Justine Magudu told the media in his post-match chat.
“This match means a lot as every point counts a lot and it’s a fight, it’s a marathon race we will continue to give our best every match and take it as it comes.”
Despite securing all three points, but Coach Justine Magudu said, his side deserves to win with a wider margin, no thanks to wrong calls from the referee.
“Everyone wants hitch-free game, no one wants fracas or issues but when you give rooms for what is not right.”
“I don’t know why our goal was disallowed, you could see the beauty of it even from the build-up, but why the goal was canceled its only the assistant referee that can explain because the referee said it was not his fault that it was the assistant referee that raises the flag.”
“I think the referee has the right to stand that it’s a goal but he danced to the tune of the assistant referee and he canceled the goal,” he stated.
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