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I am happy with my players character – John Obuh



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By Esther Egbe
Kwara United showed fighting spirit in their MatchDay 9 encounter against Nasarawa United to earn a point after going 3-1 down away from home in a match which produced late drama as four of the six goals came in the last 17 minutes of the match, National Daily gathered.
The excited Head Coach of Kwara United FC told National Daily that he was pleased with the Character shown by his players to fight back to earn a point at the Lafia Township Stadium.
“This is good for our league combined with the information I hear that Kano Pillars drew at home. It is a sign that officiating in the league has improve tremendously.”

The former U-20 Nigeria National Team Coach also used the opportunity to warn his players that the NPFL is a lot more competitive now and they need to fight in every match to earn a result, home or away.