Akwa United Coach John Obuh says he remains calm while expecting his players to turn around the team’s fortune.
Silas Nwankwo’s solitary goal condemned Akwa United to another league defeat in the hand of Sunshine Stars of Akure match on Sunday.
The Promise Keepers, are yet to win a game in the six-week old league season and are currently romancing the relegation zone comfortably.
The Club has only gained four points from a possible eighteen and there have been calls from a section of the fans for the sack of the entire technical crew.
But, the former Kwara United boss said he’s not under pressure to save his job, rather he’s focused on turning around their poor form.
“Even if I am not under pressure, I have to give myself the pressure because most times we expect to see a win,” he said.
“More especially in [in the game against Sunshine Stars] that should have been, at worst, a draw, but this is the way it has been.
“We will continue fighting. We will continue working. The season is still fresh. This is the sixth game out of 38 games.
“So, we still have 32 games to finish. When we get back home we should start winning because we just need to start winning.” he said.
Akwa United would welcome Adamawa United to the Godswill Akpabio Stadium on Sunday and failure to win might end Obuh’s reign as the head coach.