Kwara United continue the search for if not at all a most thrilling and convincing moment in the NPFL as they host Abia Warriors in the match day 12 of the NPFL season.
Harmony boys lost their last game slightly to Warri wolves away from home, a result that would subsequently informed a riot reading act on the team Technical crew and players by the club General Manager, Bashir Badawiy.
Admittedly, United Technical Adviser, Coach Abdullahi Usman Biffo also noted the loose approach of his boys in front of goals cost them a possible away win in Warri owing to the ample chances created by them in the first half of the game.
Today’s match will make it their fifth match since their return to NPFL after the trade of slot with Delta Force FC, only for them to win one out of their last five matches.
Reversing this trend happens to be the lingering question ringing out and clear from the fans base of the Club, with many already faulting the acquisition of the Delta Force space in the log.
Of the growing concerns about the expectations which has not been met, The Club Chairman, Mr. Kunbi Titiloye also acknowledged the tasks at hand while assuring the turn of vibes for the Kwara United in no distance time.
And while Abia warriors are still basking in the euphoria of their major win against Plateau United in the last home game, it is clear that the Warriors will be drawing inspiration from that rarest defeat of the table leader recorded into the season to face a struggling Kwara United.
Another defeat today will cause no little but a huge damage and motivation demeaning in the camp of the Harmony boys.
With the hope that much work would have been done between the last game and now, the tales of Kwara United last game suggests the imperative need to strengthen thier cutting edge and of course with an improved mastery of woodwork pursuits , the Harmony boys might be able to pocket the three staked points.