Kaduna (Nigeria) – Kaduna United Football Club has return to the drawing board for a workable strategy that will re-propel the club back to the country’s premier league.
Head Coach of the Football Club, Saleh Barnabas expressed confidence that his club will not only return, but will perform better in Nigeria’s Globacom Premier League next season.
Barnabas who spoke in Kaduna, Northwest Nigeria said the club is redoubling its effort in ensuring a return to the premier league.
Kaduna United FC finished 19th with 45 points in the 2013/2014 season table and so had to be out of the professional league.
Kaduna United FC is expected to host Katsina spotlight on 2nd May in Kaduna in the Nigerian National League (NNL).
The Head Coach, however, said the club would recruit more players to build a stronger team for future challenges.
“I believe and have confident that the Kaduna United will return to the Glo premiere league next season because we are working on our weaknesses and we will over come them.”
“We are organising friendly matches with other strong clubs from different parts of the country to assess our performance before the league begins formally.”
“We will be playing Borno United and other clubs within the state before going to face other clubs across the country.”
Barnabas is optimistic that the players will be committed and determined to make the club stronger.