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Nasarawa United FC have boasted that the Lafia side would beat FC Ifeanyi Ubah in the upcoming 2016 Federation Cup final to lift the trophy.
The Head Coach, Kabiru Dogo, told newsmen that he foresaw no other outcome of the match but victory for his team giving their mentality.
“The boys have this giants’ mentality that helped them to overcome their opponents to get to the final.
“What we are waiting for now is to lift the trophy because we believe we have what it takes to be champions.
“I have huge respect for Ifeanyi Ubah but my team’s recent performances has shown that we can overcome them,’’ Dogo said, boasting of their readiness for the encounter.
He described the mood on the training ground as highly positive, adding that the players were totally focused on finishing the task ahead of them.
“With due respect to our opponents, by the special grace of God, we are coming back to Lafia with Cup.
“All we are waiting for now is for the day to come. Right now, we are training and strategising on how to achieve our goal,’’ he said.
The Solid Miners coach commended the Nasarawa State Government and management of the club for paying all outstanding allowances to avert negative feelings that might affect the team’s performance.
“The boys are happy with the attitude of the state government and the management.
“As I talk to you, they are well motivated for this game. That is why I am confident, we will get nothing less than victory,’’ Dogo said.
Also, Musa Elayo, the club’s Media Officer, expressed the team’s readiness to take on Ifeanyi Ubah and come out victorious against all odds.
“Whatever game plan they have, our boys are ready and will survive their onslaught. They are well motivated for this game and have promised us they will come out victorious,’’ he said.
He added that preparations were in top gear with regards to logistics and other necessities to ensure a smooth execution of the team’s victory plan.
NAN reports that Nasarawa United will take on Ifeanyi Ubah in the final of the 2016 Federation Cup at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos State.
Both teams defeated their opponents — Enyimba International of Aba and Crown FC of Ogbomoso respectively in the semi-finals to book their places in the final to be played on October 30.
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