Chairman of Supreme Court FC of Abuja, Barr. Sunday Olorundahunsi, has again assured that his team are still in contention for next year’s Premier League ticket despite prevailing setbacks.
Barr. Olorundahunsi who was speaking while playing host to members of Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) FCT Chapter in his office yesterday noted that the Abuja-based club side would not rest on their oars until they achieved their target.
He, however, maintained that though the Apex Boys as the team is fondly called have the quality to meet the mandate set for it, adding that increased financial and logistics support would further help to motivate the players to give their best.
While assuring FCT SWAN of adequate support in all its programmes and activities, the Supreme Court boss reiterated: “My meeting today with you (FCT SWAN) will be the beginning of more robust relationship and I urge you to continue to partner with the club in the area of publicity.
Earlier, FCT SWAN boss, Kayode Adeniyi, told the Supreme Court FC helmsman that the association was in his office to intimate him of the activities lined up for the 2nd year anniversary of Abuja SWAN exco.
Meanwhile, all is now set for one of the week 8 matches of the Nigeria National League (NNL) between Supreme Court FC and Mighty Jets of Jos on Sunday at Old Parade Ground in Abuja.
Despite losing 0-2 to Plateau United last weekend in Jos, the Apex Boys according head coach Henry Haggai are in high spirits to secure maximum three points which would improve their position on the NNL log.