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5Stars Premier League 2024 reaches quarter-final stage in Abuja region

Eight teams have secured their spots in the ongoing 5Stars Premier League quarter-finals at AstroTurf Pitch, Abuja. A total of 120 goals have been scored…

Eight teams have secured their spots in the ongoing 5Stars Premier League quarter-finals at AstroTurf Pitch, Abuja.

A total of 120 goals have been scored so far, though some teams struggled to advance from the group stage.

With the quarter-final matches set, fans can look forward to some thrilling clashes. Tribelike FC will face Greenlock FC in the first quarter-final match on Saturday, July 13th.

The day’s second match will see One Touch FC take on TBT FC. On Sunday, Wireless FC will challenge Turf Arena FC, while Energy FC will hope to have enough stamina as they go up against Mess Up FC at the AstroTurf Pitch. The transfer window has been opened as the tournament progresses, allowing teams to strengthen their squads with fresh talent for the final push.

Recognition and financial incentives have also been given to top performers for the month of June, sponsored by Ambassador Ibroking. Chukwudi Emmanuel emerged as the Goalkeeper of the Month, boasting four clean sheets and no goals conceded. Muktar Auta was named Player of the Month, having scored three goals, provided three assists, and earned three Most Valuable Player awards. Moses Dauda was the highest goal scorer for June, netting six goals, while Coach Zoe was honoured as Coach of the Month for his strategic brilliance and leadership.

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