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Kwara Utd Here To Stay – Ojo

Written By: Jerome Obuninta


Kwara United of Ilorin battling midfielder and captain, Dare Ojo has said that they are back in the Glo premier league to stay permanently after gaining promotion back to the elite division this season.

 

Ojo revealed this to SportsDay that they are back and are ready to do battle with any team that comes their way. He stressed that they don’t want to experience what they went through some two season ago when they where relegated that why they are firmly prepared for the battle ahead.

 

He further said that they have learnt from their relegation mistake and they are more experienced to face the task of the Glo premier league.
“We are back to the Glo premier league and we intend to be there for a long time. We are now more experienced to face the challenges of the Glo league.

 

“It was so painful when we went down two years ago. All that is the past now, because we have corrected our mistakes and are ready to fight for the top four this season.

 

“Our great fans were so happy when we secured promotion back to the Glo premier league. It is not easy playing in the national league, but we thank God for coming back and we hope to make them happy for their support and patience.

 

“We worked very hard to get back to the premier league and we thank God for our management for their tremendous support in getting us back to top flight football,” Ojo said.

 

He added that with the present coaching crew and caliber of players in their fold he believes they will attain greater heights this season.

 

“I’ve confidence that our coach and his crew can lead the team to amiable height this season. He treats us like his own children and that is a great way of handling players and that will bring out the best in us and by the help of God we will make the top four finish.” he concluded

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