Akwa United’s new goalkeeper, Olorunleke Ojo is very confident of making his debut this Sunday when the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) resumes and is also hoping for a title push.
The goalkeeper who joined the promise keepers from sunshine stars asserts his determination to get in front of fellow contenders in the race to man the sticks against fellow NPFL side MFM FC at the Agege Stadium in Lagos.
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“I’m ordained to lead and rule in the presence of stiff challenges, mine is to work very hard and leave the rest to God.“Goalkeeping is not a strange role for me in any club I find myself. It’s what I’m cut out to do exceedingly well.
“Goalkeeping is not a strange role for me in any club I find myself. It’s what I’m cut out to do exceedingly well.
“Nothing is strange as I will always find my feet to perform and I’m at Akwa United to perform as I have been doing in other clubs.
“Akwa United are in a good position on the league log prior to joining the side so I’m here to further help the side go up higher on the log.
“I have the best of intentions joining the side and I want the very best for the team in the on-going Nigerian top-flight.
“Yes, Akwa United can win the league title. It’s quite possible as the title is largely open to the entire teams.
“Of course, I’m looking forward to our match at Mountain of Fire Miracles Ministries (MFM) FC in Lagos on Sunday.
“If I’m called upon to man the post I’m sure to grab the offer with both hands and pray fervently I announce my debut with a clean sheet performance and victory, too,” the former Giwa FC safe hands told supersport.com.
The former Nigeria junior international has put in impressive performances this season with some man of the match displays in a couple of games.
Akwa United currently sit fifth on the league table with 29 points garnered from 19 games and are only six points behind mid-season leaders, Plateau United.