In 2012 FA CUP, Kwara United is grouped with Kano Pillars, Crown FC, and El-Kanemi at Agege-Lagos Centre.
Kwara United played three  matches without a single point. On the 16th July, 2012, Kwara United played 0-1 against El-Kanemi, 18th July it was 1-2 against Kano Pillars and 3-2 in favour of Crown FC on 20th July, 2012.
Six  years later, Harmony Boys is grouped with Kano Pillars again. Priors today’s match both teams have met three  times this football season, twice during pre-season tournaments in Ilorin and Kano also in the first round of 2017/2018 Nigeria Professional Football League [NPFL].
The scimmages ended goalless, while match day 14, mother of all matches scheduled for 25th March, 2018 turned out to be Coach Abubakar Bala’s first match just a week after his appointment. What a match? What a team to play against? What a litmus test for Coach Bala?
Prior the match day every soccer puncdict have written off Kwara United. We were almost blown up, but we survived a major conspiracy despite being a goal down 27′ into the game.The rest is innuendo.
Today the youthful Harmony Boys, the assemblage of excellence that is groomed to a formidable team under the tutelage of a dynamic and vibrant Coach Abubakar Bala is the number placed below the line in vulgar fractions which shows into how many parts the integer or unit is divided. To the glory of God the team is vehemently powered by fortune, fate and destiny.
We should all believe in leader that delivers victory… Unambiguous victory. If in 2012 the team could not pick a point, having the maximum points today should not be termed an act of greediness. Honestly, today’s encounter is all about triumph, and not recrimination.