By Adeboye Amosu: Plateau United captain Elisha Golbe says the team must improve on their home form if they are to win a second back-to-back Nigeria Professional Football League title, Completesportsnigeria. com reports.
The Jos club, who won a historic first NPFL title last term have lost all six away games this season, without scoring a goal and currently sit in 10th position in the table, eight points behind surprise leaders Lobi Stars but still have two outstanding games to be played.
Plateau United were battered 3-0 by FC IfeanyiUbah in their last away fixture in Nnewi on Sunday.
Kennedy Boboyes men will look to get back on track when they host Yobe Desert Stars in a rescheduled match day 11 fixture in Jos on Wednesday.
And ahead of the game, the centre-back has issued a rallying call to his teammates to up their
“We are not happy with our performance in away games this season and if we want to successfully defend our title we must start winning games on the road,” Golbe told Completesportsnigeria.com.
“I’m particularly disappointed with the outcome of our last game against FC IfeanyiUbah and I believe we owe our fans apology for our disappointing showing in the game.
“We are determined to turn things around and I believe things will get better for us in subsequent games.”