As the season rolls over, Remo Stars make a final 2016/17 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) away trip to Katsina in one of Match Day 37 fixtures scheduled for Sunday, 3rd of September, 2017.
Bauldwin Bazuaye would insist on a win for his lads this weekend to fully escape the drop after they brightened their chances with a comfortable 2-0 win at home over visiting Sunshine Stars of Akure in Match Day 36 of the NPFL.
Visitors, Remo Stars FC lost 1-2 to the defending champions, Rangers International at the Gateway International Stadium, Sagamu and getting a point away from home is sacrosanct for the Sky Blue Stars when they play at the Karkanda Stadium on Sunday.
This will be the third time both teams will meet since they secured promotion into the highest cadre of Nigeria Football from the second tier, Nigeria National League (NNL).
The host defeated the Sky Blue Stars 3-0 when they first met in Gombe last December and the visitors struggled to get a 1-0 victory over the Changi boys in the first leg of the NPFL.
The Sky Blue Stars have been unlucky in the past thirteen games to get maximum victory, a win for them won’t make any difference but an opportunity to get additional points to the present twenty nine points acquired.
“Expect Something Different From Us In Katsina” Dufegha.
Remo Stars Football Club (RSFC) forward, Dufegha Eric has assured the fans of his club and football lovers generally in Katsina to expect a different ball game from him and his mates this weekend.
The Sky Blue Stars travel to the Karkanda Stadium to trade tackles with the Chanji Boys in Match Day 37 in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).
Speaking with RSFC Media, Dufegha insists his team style of play is enough to entertain lovers of football and this won’t be an exception against Katsina United.
“I just want to use this opportunity to tell our fans out there to expect a total different ball game against the home side because we are going into the game to show the world we aren’t meant for the position we are.”
“We have nothing to loss because we are down already and we are using our remaining games to prepare strong for the Nigeria National League (NNL) so that we would return in full force into the higher level of Nigeria Football.”
“Our normal style of play is to entertain our fans because they paid money to see us play and once they see our play, they will stay engrossed with us and support us till the very end of ninety minutes.”
“We have disappointed our fans to have gone down even before the end of the league but I want them to remain strong so we can fully concentrate in order to start a mission which is ‘Operation Return to the NPFL’ and I am sure we will achieve this with everybody’s support.” Dufegha Pleads.
Source: The Precision