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Shooting Stars Captain Declares Readiness For New Season

Shooting Stars Captain Declares Readiness For New Season

Players of the Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC), have expressed their readiness for the 2023/24 season, even as they have resolved to ignore any form of distractions.

Speaking through their skipper, Waheed Omololu Abiodun, the players denied the allegation of maltreatment by the management of the club, and also described as false, the allegation that the team’s Technical Adviser, Gbenga Ogunbote collects money from them.

They also cleared the General Manager/Team Manager, Dimeji Lawal, of allegation of wasting club’s properties and making money from hospital bills.

The players who were well represented at the media briefing held on Tuesday at the Jericho office of the club, told sports journalists that they were fully focused ahead of the season.

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While speaking on behalf of his teammates, Omololu said. “We are looking forward to the start of the season with much confidence.

“On behalf of my colleagues, I want to assure our Governor, His Excellency, Engineer Seyi Makinde and our teeming fans that they will see the best of football from us this season and we will surely pick a continental ticket, because that is our target,”, he declared.

The players pledged their loyalty and support to the management and the technical crew.

Also speaking at the briefing, one of the new arrivals, goalkeeper Chinedu Anozie, expressed satisfaction with the way the management treats players, particularly in the area of accommodation, stressing that what he has so far, remains the best so far.

Omololu was accompanied to the press briefing by Malomo Taofeek, Raheem Quadry, Gali Falke, Darlintin Ovunda, Chinedu Anozie and Christian Pyagbara.

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