Wasiu Jimoh of Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) of Ibadan has said that the team will take Week 13 “disgraceful” defeat vengeance on Plateau United when both sides meet this weekend in Ibadan.
The Ibadan Stars got dimmed 6-0 at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano by Kano Pillars, but Jimoh assured that the team would not repeat its mistakes again as it make up for the pains before their teeming fans.
He said that the players were already thinking of the Week 14 weekend match against United, just as he insistent that the club was not dwelling on the defeat even as there were more League games to end the season.
“We are already thinking towards Plateau United; to take three points in Ibadan would be good. We are willing to make up for the Pillars pain in front of our fans.”
On the position of the team’s Technical Adviser anger at the players he said, “Obviously the coach is angry, and we all agreed with him. Here we are all together, we are saying that it is behind us and we must ensure that it did happen again.
“We have to learn from these mistakes. We played a bad game and we know it; we have to assume responsibility.
The defeat was Shooting Stars eight loss since the season kicked off and Jimoh admitted, “It was a hard blow for us. We deserved nothing in Kano, because we rely on intensity and concentration. But we were punished when we lowered our intensity; normally we go for the 90 minutes.”