Boboye Attributes Victory To Hard Work

Kennedy Boboye, Chief Coach of Plateau United Football Club of Jos.

Chief Coach of Plateau United Football Club of Jos, Kennedy Boboye, on Wednesday attributed his side’s 2-0 victory against visiting Katsina United FC to hard work and grace of God.
Boboye told newsmen shortly after the match played at the Rwang Pam Stadium in Jos that his team prepared adequately for the match during the Easter holiday period.
“My boys worked very hard for victory against the resilient Katsina United during the match-free weekend which went by.
“We hope to work harder in the coming matches to enable us achieve our target at the end of the season,” he said.
The Tidesports source  reports that Joshua Obaje put the hosts ahead just six minutes into the encounter, after a long throw from Daniel Itodo.
They doubled their lead in the 30th minute after another long throw by Itodo, with Kabiru Umar converting it into goal with a shot from outside the penalty box.
The visitors then stepped up their game and were able to keep Plateau United at bay for more than 55 minutes.
But the home side added another goal in the 86th minute to put the match beyond the visitors, when Jimmy Ambrose scored with a long-range shot from the centre circle.