Coach of plateau united, Coach Kennedy Boboye has explained why his United team lost to a very good Niger Tornadoes side over the weekend.
In a brief chat with brila.net after the match, Kennedy stated that they will, however, continue from where they stopped.
The former International explained that his boys played against a very good side, but has also stressed that they need to go back to the drawing board to make sure things begins to work well.
Meanwhile, Niger Tornadoes Coach Hamza Abara on Sunday hailed his players for their outstanding performance that got them the three points at home.
Tornadoes scored the only goal of the match via a penalty kick in the 31st minute after goal-bound Babawo was brought down by Globe for Plateau United. Hussaini Isah slotted the ball into the net.
“What we planned from the pre-match analysis was to defeat Plateau United no matter our pattern of play today.
“And to God be the glory. We have succeeded in picking the maximum three points. So, I am happy,’’ Abara told NAN after the match played at the Bako Kontagora Memorial Stadium in Minna.
He added that the victory would help to move the club away from their 14th position on the league table.
Plateau United are the defending champions, but are now fourth on the league table, five points adrift from leaders Lobi Stars.