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Our target is to secure promotion to NNL- Supreme Court FC coach

By Georgina Adegbie [NAN]


Henry Haggai, Head Coach of Supreme Court Football Club of Abuja, says the club’s aim in the coming 2021/2022 season is to secure promotion to the Nigeria National League (NNL) next season.

Haggai told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Abuja that it was time the club leaves the amateur level for the bigger stage.

“We have stayed long in the Nationwide League One (NLO) and we will do our best to leave the league for other amateur clubs.

“The NLO season will kick off next month; we have been training since last year to keep our players fit for this season.

“Our expectations is high, we want to secure promotion to NNL.

“We will fight to win all our matches both home and away to achieve this target,” Haggai said.

He said the players were ready for the league and had played a lot of friendly matches.

The coach said that his club would also participate in the Federation Cup (FA).

“We will work hard to win the FCT FA Cup and feature at the national level,” the coach said.

The coach added that he had acquired new skills from the training organised for coaches by the management of NLO.

“I gained lot of new things during training, which I will impact on the players when the league begins,” he said. (NAN)


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