Dogo confident of Kwara United’s Resurgence


Following the exit of former gaffer Coach Audu Mohammad, Kwara United swiftly moved to announce the appointment of Kabiru Dogo and after his first game in charge, a goalless draw against Remo Stars, the gaffer revealed to FL, that the team has enough quality to be back amongst the best.

” I feel great to serve Kwara United because they are one of the biggest teams in the land, although the position they find themselves is not an easy one, but I believe we will get out of it and I believe will be well,” Dogo told FL.

“I have been able to access them in the last three or four days, even before I resumed as their coach. When you see a quality team you can identify that.

“I can assure that Kwara United are not a bad team, with what I met on ground they are not bad. There is no complete team in the world; every team has its own challenges, and we believe this challenges are temporary.”

Kwara United have only won one league game this term, they have 3 draws and 4 defeats,.

They have also failed to pick maximum points in any of there away fixture, something Kabiru Dogo is keen to correct in the next fixture away to El Kanemi Warriors in midweek.

“we have good players that can get them out of the problem, what matters now is to identify our team, and we have to psyche them up psychologically, then motivate them and it will bring them out of where they are.”

“We are committed to the course of getting our first away point, it’s not about El Kanemi it’s about every other team that we find in the league. Everybody we are facing be it the club or any other team, we can stand for the result and we believe things will be better.”


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