Abutu set for double with Enyimba




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Enyimba midfielder, Jonah Abutu is itching for second round of 2014 Glo season to kick off so that he can help his team wrestle top position from current , Kano Pillars.
combative midfielder feels Pillars will not be a stumbling block to his title dreams People’s Elephant because that dream what precipitated his move to two-time Caf Champions League winners.
There is little issue of Nembe City in round of 16 of Federation Cup to contend , but Abutu feels Nembe cannot stop their quest to retain the crown they won in the 2013 edition of the competition.
“Nembe City cannot stop our double dreams. We respect them but we are going to be at our best to make sure our objectives for this season remain intact,” he told supersport.com from Akure, where Enyimba will Nembe City in the Federation Cup.
“This is why I came to Enyimba. I came to titles and I believe we can achieve that this team.
“Enyimba are the current champions of the Federation Cup and we hope to defend the title. The game against Nembe who also play in the Glo will be tough, but we have enough within our ranks to the match,” he said.[eap_ad_2]
The Sharks player also revealed that Kadiri Ikhana’s return to Aba is a good omen for the team as they aim to on both domestic fronts.
The Falcons and Kano Pillars coach made a mid-season move to Enyimba from Giwa FC and Abutu reckons this will only motivate the more because they have one of the most experienced coach in the land.
“Coach Ikhana is class. He makes work extremely hard at training and pushes to give a hundred per cent all the time.
“He knows Aba very well, and he is experienced enough to help win the double because he has been there before and knows what to do.
“I hope to play more I did in the first round because I am fully fit . We to dispatch off Nembe City and also the second round off on a good note. The double is possible,” Abutu revealed to supersport.com
Enyimba finished the first half of the season in fifth place with 29 points from 19 round of matches.  (supersport.com)[eap_ad_3]