Kwara United captain Christopher Nwaeze has revealed that the team will fight to finish in a continental spot. Kwara United started the season well – but have lost form since the start of the second stanza.
The Harmony Boys lost 2-0 to Lobi Stars in Markurdi on Sunday.
After the game, the Kwara United captain stated that he feels – bad about the defeat because they planned to get a result from their host.
“I feel bad, I feel bad for the defeat – we hope to write a new chapter in the second stanza starting with this away match, so when we lost – I feel bad.
The former Flying Eagles defender assured that the team – will fight for the continental spot, even if they cannot fight for the title.
“Anything can happen. If we cannot try to win the title, then we will try to be among the team that would go to the continental.
Nwaeze believes the poor form the team is experiencing is temporary, and they would work hard to overcome it.
“Yeah, we have not won or drawn any match away this second round. And in life, things cannot go smoothly for you – there would be an obstacle and challenge.
“We believe that this thing that is happening to the team is our challenge and obstacle. We will overcome the obstacle and challenge. Things would go back to the way it was in the first round.
“We will try and start getting points away before the end of the season – so that we will secure a place on the continental ticket.
Kwara United are fifth on the NPFL log with forty-six points in twenty-seven games.