Abia Warriors must keep the momentum, says Jimoh Oni

By Gbenga Adeleye

Abia Warriors leading goal scorer, Jimoh Oni has called on his teammates to keep the momentum going in order to finish well at the end of the current league season.

Oni in an interview told FreekickNaija moments after their 1-0 victory over Warri Wolves at the weekend that his side must believe and keep fighting till the end to secure a champion league spot.

Okon Otop who came in for Jimoh Oni in the 64th scored deep into stoppage time to hand Abia Warriors the three maximum points.

Abia Warriors are placed 7th on the league standings with 24 points from 17 games played.

“It was a very difficult game but we kept fighting till the end because we needed the three points. We want to finish in a comfortable position at the end of the season.

“We have to keep the momentum. I urge my teammates to carry the same energy to every game we play. We never gave up and we kept believing that the right moment will come, and Otop rouse to the occasion to seal the win for us.

“It was a big relieve. We have to carry the same spirit to the remainder of the games this season and am sure we can keep the momentum flying,” said Oni.

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