Wikki Tourists of Bauchi goalkeeper, Emeka Nwabulu says his side are not in any form of crisis, but believes the club have been unlucky since the commencement of the 2016/17 Nigeria Professional Football league season.
The Bauchi-based side are currently ranked 19th on the Nigerian topflight table with 11 points from 10 games – two games behind schedule but the goalkeeper believes his side will bounce back to winning ways soon.
The former El Kanemi Warriors shot stopper also stated that do not miss their former coach, Abdul Maikaba and last season’s top scorer, Godwin Obaje whom both left for Akwa United and FC IfeanyiUbah respectively, at the start of the season.
“It is not that we have any problem, I just believe we have been unlucky so far this season, but I believe luck will smile on us soon,” Nwabulu told Goal.
“In football, anything is possible, and I say that because we had a better game against Sunshine Stars in Akure over the weekend, compared to our previous games this season.
“I see improvement in the team, and I believe our remaining games will be better than all those we have played. The coach is doing his best but it is left for the players to convert the lessons on training grounds to yield results on match days.
“The thing is just that we have just been unlucky, after all, most of the players that played for us last season are still here, except for coach Maikaba and Obaje, but I believe that we will get everything right.”