FC Ifeanyi Ubah Has Forgotten Bad Patch – Hilary


The Anambra Warriors endured a tough start to their NPFL campaign, but the midfielder insists they remained upbeat and patient and now, all is history
After overcoming a ‘shocking start’ to the 2016/17 campaign, Ikenna Hilary believes FC IfeanyiUbah’s bad patch have all been ‘forgotten about’.
The Anambra Warriors have put in a decent shift and are currently placed eighth in the topflight log.
And Hilary feels that their poor form in the opening weeks of the season is now history.
“After a shocking start we are not in a bad position, we never really got too despondent,” Hilary told Goal.
“We were frustrated with our performances and results. But you have to stay patient and trust yourself. We knew there was a long way to go. There still is a long way to go.
“It is easy to jump on the bandwagon when we have lost a game or two and people are saying it is all wrong. We knew that wasn’t the case,” he added.
The Anambra Warriors host Shooting Stars on Wednesday, with both sides fresh from impressive outings and the midfielder says: “We admit that Shooting Stars are a formidable side.
“The main focus will be on us as a team. We have ambitions and we also want to achieve results on the day. We are in a class of our own. We are eighth on the log and still pushing hard. I think we will be ready [for Shooting Stars],” he added.
“We need the support of our fans. There are times when we make mistakes and that doesn’t mean we commit them deliberately. We are always mindful of their support.
“We always work hard to make the supporters proud. We are approaching the match with a mindset to pick all three points,” he concluded.