Coach Gbenga Ogunbote was very positive with Remo Stars’ 0-0 draw against Nasarawa United in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) on Wednesday afternoon.
The Sky Blue Stars were held by Solid Miners in the week three game.
They had less than 48 hours to prepare for the league meeting, in a game where they couldn’t convert begging chances.
There’s plenty to work on for Ogunbote and his coaching team as the Ikenne based side look to be consistent in the top flight.
On the draw, the former Enyimba boss said: “It was a tough one. The game has welcomed us to the NPFL. I am happy it happened early enough. If you look at the game I wouldn’t want to blame my wards. Honestly we had opportunities to score in the first half. The anxiety denied us.”
“Nasarawa United played dirty. It was a game plan.
“Like I did say before now, we are young in the league. We would begin match per match and see how to handle a lot of situations,” he admitted.
Up next for Remo Stars is a trip to Uyo with Dakkada FC ready to welcome them.