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NPFL: Relegated Tornadoes urged to beat Kwara United

NPFL: Relegated Tornadoes urged to beat Kwara United

24 May 2019, 17:15

Niger Tornadoes FC of Minna sole administrator Engr. Ibrahim Dada has urged the team to do everything they can to beat Kwara United this weekend at home.

Sunday's match will be the last Nigeria Professional Football League game for both Tornadoes and Kwara United this season.

Niger Tornadoes got relegated after 2-0 defeat in Aba against Enyimba FC last weekend.

Dada disclosed that the management did everything they could to sustain premiership status despite the team's poor runs this season.

"I have watched the lads played this season and I must say they did a fine job, most especially against Enyimba FC in Aba. We are putting everything in place for the team to secure a premier league ticket next season in the Nigeria National League (NNL) because Niger Tornadoes is an elite football club.

"The damage has been done before we took up the office and we did everything we could to get out the club out of the relegation"

Niger Tornadoes will play in the Nigeria National League next season.

 



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