Enyimba’s striker, Victor Mbaoma is determined to see his side return to winning ways after disappointing results.
Mbaoma who has scored five goals in his last nine outings in a statement from the club admitted that the fans are not happy and the team will work hard to get back to winning ways.
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“The fans are not pleased with everything that is happening but we’ll keep doing our best to turn things around. We’ll keep working hard to make sure we turn the table around because we just have to get back to winning ways.
“I just hope and pray that everything will fall back to its rightful place and we will be happy again.”
Reacting to Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Plateau United at the Enyimba Stadium, the 25-year-old said: “It’s a very disappointing game for us, we are not happy.
“We wished and wanted the best, which is nothing less than a victory because we needed that victory so much. It means everything to us. We are not happy about it (the draw) at all.
“What went wrong? Honestly, I think we lost concentration and we had to pay heavily for it.
Enyimba will hope to return to winning ways when they face Wikki Tourists in Bauchi this weekend.