Kwara United Chairman Dissatisfied With Team’s Consecutive Home Defeat, Reads Riot Act


Chairman of Kwara United Football Club, Kunbi Titiloye read riot act to players after suffering a disappointing loss to Enyimba FC in a Matchday 14 Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) encounter decided at the Akure Township Stadium on Sunday evening.

According to him, there was no justification whatsoever, for the team turning in poor performances in the league despite the huge commitment of the state government, as well as the sacrifices by the management, in its bid to make the club one.of the best.

“We have tried enough, as we have roled out numerous measures, which includes, but not limited to hiring a new Technical Adviser, and beefing up the team with new players, and the introduction of incentives, just to make the team better. But how would you all justify your performances? “he asked.

Enyimba FC, after a good combination of passes got the first goal in the 27th minute through Chijioke Mbaoma, but Kwara United equalized in the 35th minutes, via penalty converted by Samad Kadri, after Enyimba FC defender handled the ball in the vital area.

The visitors went ahead to score their second and the winning goal in the 77th minute, after Mboama latched on the mix-up between goalkeeper Bamidele Aiyenugba and the defenders.

It was a poor outing for Kwara United again suffering their second consecutive home defeat after losing their last home game against Shooting Stars 0-1 before securing an away draw last weekend against Bendel Insurance in Benin.

“Our Supporters and Fans, as well as some stakeholders, came all the way from Ilorin to watch you play and cheer you to victory. You are supposed to compensate their sacrifices with good performances and result, but the reverse was the case. You also disappointed your Akure fans, too.

He warned that the management would be left with no option than to introduce strict measures if there were no positive changes.


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