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Enyimba ready to humble Heartland FC today: Player

“This is a game I personally want to win being my first Oriental Derby in Enyimba International FC colours.’’

• April 16, 2024
Enyimba FC and Heartland FC
Enyimba FC and Heartland FC

Enyimba FC player, Mujeeb Odufeso, has said the team’s players and technical crew are ready to deliver maximum points against visiting Heartland FC of Owerri in the Nigeria Premier Football League match day 30 encounter.

Mr Odufeso said this at a media briefing on Tuesday in Aba, Abia.

He said the players and the technical team were ready for the visitors, knowing that the match would be difficult.

“This will be my first Oriental Derby game and definitely, I am looking forward to a big game. This is a game I personally want to win being my first Oriental Derby in Enyimba International FC colours. We are also going all out for the three points because we need nothing short of victory knowing where we are on the league table,” he said.

He said both the players and the technical team were ready and had put in a lot of work in training.

“I am sure that we are going to deliver against the visiting Heartland FC of Owerri no matter how hard they may come against us,” Mr Odufeso said.

Enyimba will welcome their neighbour Heartland FC of Owerri to Enyimba International Stadium, Aba, on Tuesday by 4.00 p.m.

Enyimba FC are occupying fourth position in the league with 48 points while Heartland FC remain 19th with 26 points after 29 matches.

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