Unity FC of Asaba Target 2019 Bet9ja Triumph

By Anthony Obaseki on August 20, 2019

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The Chairman of Unity FC of Asaba, Miebaka Lugard Precious, has stated that his team is not in the 2019 Bet9ja Royal Cup to make up the numbers, but to reach the group stage and go on to claim the coveted crown.

Miebaka said he is delighted that his team have registered for the competition and preparations have started in earnest.

The chairman of the modest club commended Bet9ja agents for being at the forefront of reviving grassroots football in Delta State presently, since most corporate bodies and individuals are not willing to invest in sports generally.

“Our target is to win the trophy,” Miebaka stated. “We’re not here to make up the numbers. I’m happy we’ve registered for the competition.”

“Well, I believe in my team that we will go higher in the competition...but the grouping will as well tell,” he admitted.

“I commend Bet9ja agents for being the champions of grassroots soccer revival in Delta State. Nobody wants to help here by investing in the game at the grassroots.”

Miebaka urged Deltans to support and follow the 2019 Royal Cup tourney, when action formally gets underway on September 14, 2019.


Source Daily Sports

Posted August 20, 2019


 

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