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Aduku: Edo Queens Home Lose To Abia Angels Shocking

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Head coach of Edo Queens Moses Aduku, has expressed shock over his team’s 0-1 loss to Abia Angels in a NWFL Premiership Matchday 6 fixture played at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium Benin City. 

Marryan Ohadiwe’ 58th minute strike was all that gave the Angels from Abia their victory and an end to Edo Queens unbeaten run of five matches.

Speaking after the match, Aduku said he was disappointed at the result of the game, but stated that this will further push them to work on their lapses.

“It’s football you win some and lose some, it doesn’t mean if you play at home or not, but what’s more important is my girls played very well, we were not just fortunate to make our efforts count.”

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“We made good substitutions and they almost have their mission accomplished, but that’s football, we have to take it like that.”

“I don’t like talking about referees because they are human beings and sometimes they make mistakes. Abia Angels girls also played well and they converted their chance to win the game.”

For Ann Chiejine, her girls played to the instructions given and she’s happy to have won the game.

“I’m happy just as every coach would be. We worked hard for the win. I took my time to study the team very well and I discovered that they are good in defence and midfield, so, we capitalized on the remaining part and the instructions given to my players were what they carried out.The officiating was okay, not too bad. The most important thing is that we won.”

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