Go Round Fc Defender, Kunle Adeleke said his team are quite confident about beating the drop, especially after picking the needed point in the 2-2 draw against Nasarawa United on Monday.
The Omoku-based club went into the Matchday 21 game against Nasarawa United without a win in four games, a draw with Elkanemi Warriors in Maiduguri On Matchday 17, a loss to Akwa United at home on Matchday 18, a 2-0 loss to Kano Pillars on Matchday 19, and a home draw against Plateau United On Matchday 20.
Speaking to Sportlens360, the former Delta force Defender, Adeleke said, they played the game against Nasarawa United like a team that had nothing to lose.
“We went into the game like a team that had nothing to lose. We went on four-game winless run and it was now or never for us to redeem ourselves”. He said.
Go Round were in the front foot in the most minutes of the game but a late goal by Nasarawa United’s Lawal Abdullahi could only give the relegation threatened club, just a point.
“We played better than Nasarawa United and almost got the win but that’s just football. It is now left to us to win our last game in Omoku on Sunday to survive relegation and I’m confident that we will beat Gombe United on Sunday to survive”. He concluded.
Go Round FC will welcome Gombe United, who are also looking to avoid relegation, to the Krisdera Hotel Stadium, Omoku on Sunday with hope to win and survive relegation.