Kenneth Chisom made his debut from Remo Stars Feeders team on Wednesday against Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) of Ibadan and there are possibility of Isah Aliu, Shefiu Dauda and Obi Jerry having their own share of the league.
Remo Stars travels to take on Kano Pillars at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano in one of Match Day 31 fixtures in the ongoing NPFL.
Both sides went into Match Day 30 on a derby note where they played Southwest and Northernwest derby respectively on Wednesday.
The Sky Blue Stars season hasn’t been what the team wished for after hopes of escaping relegation is gradually fading out with a 1-1 draw with 3SC at the Gateway International Stadium, Sagamu.
Kano Pillars on the other hand lost to Katsina United narrowly by a goal margin and they hope to return to winning ways as they welcome the Sky Blue Stars.
In the reverse fixture, Victor Mbaoma gave the home side the lead after Oche Salefu’s shot spills over to him to calmly slot in for the Sky Blue Stars.
Rabiu Alli responded for the Sai Mai Gida Boys after his individual brilliance saw him take a long range shot that went straight inside the net for an equaliser.
Speaking with RSFC Media, Technical Adviser, Fatai Osho feels that his team still need to prove that they are far better than where they are and football hasn’t been fair with his team.
“We still need to prove that we are far better than the position we found ourselves. It’s just unfortunate that we are fighting relegation with the level of football we play. Football has not been fair to Remo Stars this season.”
“The boys will go to Kano with a seriousness and with the zeal to get something there because we still need to prove to the world that we play wonderful football.”
Speaking on the introduction of the young stars, Osho says it’s just a way to motivate and expose them to play at the high level.
“It is good for the young boys, for team and also the country at large, Chisom has played for NPFL U17 All stars, he has also played for the country at the U17 level, so I feel it’s important they play more games to keep excelling.”
“It is also a way of motivating and exposing them to football at the high level, they have been performing so well at our training sessions and I feel they should have a feel of the professional league now.” Osho concluded.